Two Men Stable After Slurry Incident In L'Derry

Two men are being treated in hospital following an incident with a slurry tank at a farm in L'Derry.

Emergency services attended the scene in the Claudy area at around 4pm on Saturday, 16 June.
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The men are believed to be aged in their 40s and 70s.

The Health & Safety Executive has launched an investigation.


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