10/01/2019

Two In Hospital After Serious Newry Crash

Two people are in hospital following a serious collision on the A1 carriageway in Newry.

The two-vehicle crash happened near the Armagh Road junction at around 4pm on Wednesday 09 January.

The air ambulance attended the scene along with two ambulance crews and one rapid response paramedic.

One of the injured was taken to the Royal Victoria Hospital in Belfast, while the other was transferred to Daisy Hill Hospital in Newry.
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The road was closed in both directions for some time, causing long delays, but opened for early morning traffic on Thursday 10 January.



(JG/MH)

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