13/03/2003

Roads death toll rises after Co Antrim crash

A man has died following a serious road accident on the Glenavy Road in Co Antrim.

The accident involved a car and lorry on Wednesday afternoon.

The road was closed for a time and traffic was diverted from the area.

Police investigating the collision are appealing for any witnesses to contact them at Lisburn station on 028 9266 5212.

(MB)

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