09/12/2019

Five Hospitalised After A1 Crash

Four adults and one child have been taken to hospital after a crash on the A1 dual carriageway.

The road was closed in both directions for some time following the collision at around 2pm on Sunday 08 December.

Emergency services and the air ambulance attended the scene.
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The four adults were taken to the Royal Victoria Hospital in Belfast, while one child was taken to the Royal Belfast Hospital for Sick Children. No further details on their condition have emerged.

The A1 has since reopened in both directions.



(JG/CM)

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