27/02/2007

Two killed in road traffic collision

Two men have died following a road traffic collision in County Tyrone.

They have been named as William Alexander North, 22 and William Crawford, 27, both from Cookstown.

A car and a lorry were involved in the crash which occurred on the Dungannon Road in Cookstown just after 12.30pm yesterday afternoon.

One man died at the scene, while the other died several hours later at Craigavon Area Hospital.

Police have appealed for anyone who witnessed the incident to contact them at 0845 600 8000.

(JM/SP)

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