17/06/2019

Man Fighting For Life After Car Strikes Tree

A man is fighting for his life in hospital after a serious collision in Dungannon.

Police said the silver BMW X5 struck a tree on the Moy Road shortly after 5am on Sunday morning, 16 June.
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The driver, aged in his 30's, was taken to hospital where his condition remains critical.

Police have appealed for information and the road has since reopened.



(JG)

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