25/02/2019

Man Dies After Being Hit By Car In Coleraine

A man in his 30's has died after he was struck by a car in Coleraine.

The incident happened on the Quilly Road at around 6.45pm on Sunday evening, 24 February.

The route was closed for some time but has since reopened.
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The victim was rushed to hospital but police confirmed his death this morning.



(JG)

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