11/02/2019

Pedestrian Hospitalised After Being Struck By Taxi

A man has been hospitalised after he was knocked down by a taxi in east Belfast this morning, 11 February.

Police are probing the incident which happened on Castlereagh Street just before 9am and led to the man in his 20's suffering injuries to his head and hip.

Officers attended the scene along with the Northern Ireland Ambulance Service.
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Inspector Sayer issued an appeal to anyone who witnessed the collision, or who captured it on dash cam, to get in touch using the non-emergency line 101, quoting reference number 229 of 11/02/19.



(JG/CM)

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