Pedestrian Dies In Westlink Collision

A man in his 20s has lost his life after he was hit by a car on the Westlink.

The incident happened between Divis Street and the Grosvenor Road during the early hours of Sunday morning, 15 December.

The route was closed in both directions for some time.
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Anyone who was driving on the route between 12.30am and 12.50am is urged to contact police on non-emergency line 101.


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