Drivers Urged To 'Exercise Caution' On NI's Roads

Infrastructure Minister, John O'Dowd, has called on all road users across Northern Ireland to "exercise caution" following three deaths on the roads over the weekend.
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Minister O'Dowd said: "Three families are facing heartbreak and loss following these latest tragedies on our roads. I want to extend my sincere condolences to all those impacted. Too many lives have been cut short or forever changed by serious injury as a result of road traffic collisions and too many people are left to deal with the devastating consequences. I am appealing to all road users to be mindful of others using our roads and exercise care and caution when travelling."

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