09/07/2018

Man Dies Following Banbridge Road Traffic Collision

A man in his 20s has died following a road traffic collision in Banbridge.

Police said the victim, who was driving a Yamaha motorcycle, was killed when he left the Castlewellan Road shortly before 10am on Sunday, 08 July.
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Anyone who witnessed the collision, who may have dashcam footage or who was travelling on the Castlewellen Road and observed the motorcycle prior to the collision are asked to contact local officers in Lurgan or the Collision Investigation Unit on 101 quoting reference 639 08/07/18.

(LM)

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