15/05/2019

Man Dies In One-Vehicle Co Antrim Crash

A man has died following a road crash in County Antrim.

The one-vehicle collision happened on the Roguery Road in Toomebridge on Tuesday evening, 14 May.

PSNI Inspector McCarron said: "Police can confirm that a man has died following a one vehicle collision on the Roguery Road, Toomebridge last night.

"At around 9.30pm, it was reported that a blue Seat Leon car was involved in the incident."

The road was closed in both directions for some time, but has since reopened.
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Police enquiries are continuing. Anyone who witnessed the incident or may have dash-cam footage is urged to contact police on 101, quoting reference number 1462 14/05/19.



(JG/CM)

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