04/12/2018

Child Knocked Down In West Belfast

The Ambulance Service attended a casualty believed to be a child, following a road accident in west Belfast on Monday 04 December.

The injured party, believed to be a secondary school pupil, happened on Bingnian Drive in Andersonstown.

The road was closed to traffic with diversions in place as emergency services dealt with the situation, but has since reopened.

It is understood the child suffered no life threatening injuries.
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A PSNI spokesman said: "Police received a report of a road traffic collision on Glen Road in west Belfast shortly before 3.50pm this afternoon involving a car and pedestrian. The young male sustained a cut above his eye as a result."



(JG/CM)

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