13/08/2019

Appeal As Car Collides With Roundabout

Police are investigating the circumstances of a collision which saw a car end up on top of a roundabout near the Belfast International Airport.

The single vehicle crash happened at the Tully Road/ Airport Road roundabout in County Antrim yesterday, Monday 12 August.
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Officers said the incident, which saw a large silver vehicle brought to a stop on the verge of the roundabout, occurred at a "very busy time of the day".

Witnesses to the crash are urged to come forward.

Writing on the PSNI Antrim Facebook page, a spokesperson said: "Police want to speak to anyone who witnessed the vehicle colliding with the roundabout. We'd especially like to hear from anyone who has dash cam footage of the collision.

"If you believe you may be able to assist, please contact Police in Antrim on 101 quoting reference number 1311 12/08/19."



(JG/MH)

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