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Tuesday, March 2, 2021

BALLYMONEY: Occupant cut from car following Seymour Street RTC

Emergency services were called earlier to a two vehicle RTC on the Seymour Street area of Ballymoney this evening.

The RTC involved a silver vehicle which appears to have crashed into the back of an orange mini just beside the entrance of the Dunlop Memorial Garden at the bottom of the town.

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Despite damage to the mini, the occupants of that vehicle were able to walk away from the crash apart from being ‘badly shaken’ according to the driver.

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HOWEVER a person had to be cut from the silver vehicle which had sustained significant damage. The occupant was transported from the scene via an Ambulance.

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