Man Killed In L'Derry Road Crash

A 22-year old man has died and another male is in critical condition in hospital following a one-vehicle road crash near Bellaghy in County L'Derry.

The car left the Newferry Road at around 5pm on Thursday 25 October.

Police said Reece Kelly from the Draperstown area was pronounced dead at the scene.

Four men were travelling in the BMW at the time.

The two other males were also taken to hospital.
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Anyone who witnessed the collision, has dash-cam footage or who saw the black BMW car being driven in the area is being asked to contact the PSNI's Collision Investigation Unit on 101.


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