30/09/2002

Baby girl dies in road traffic accident

A child has been killed in a road traffic accident in Enniskillen.

The baby girl, from the Republic of Ireland, was in a car with her two brothers, her childminder and her childminder's daughter, when it collided with a fire engine.

The incident happened at around 11.20 am on the Derrylin Road in the town.

The four other passengers in the car, plus two fire officers, have been taken to hospital.

(MB)

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