Man Dies In Co Tyrone Collision

A man has died following a collision in Moy, Co Tyrone.

The incident was reported to police at around 8pm on Wednesday evening, 18 December.

Police said the Trewmount Road remained closed on Thursday morning.

Local diversions are in place.


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