Two people die in separate road accidents

Two people have died following separate road accidents in Counties Down and Fermanagh on Tuesday.

In the first accident a man died following a crash between two cars on the main Belfast to Holywood road shortly after 5.30pm. He died in hospital a short time later.

Four other people were taken to hospital for treatment, however they are not thought to be serious.

Elsewhere, in Co Fermanagh a man died following a crash involving a car and a lorry.

The accident happened at Gortnacarrow Bridge near Newtownbutler on the main road between Cavan and Clones late last night.


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