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Thursday, April 22, 2021

Police ‘lockdown’ Port after influx of bank holiday visitors

PSNI have closed roads into Portrush this evening, after traffic jams were caused by hundreds of people who flocked to the seaside resort for the bank holiday weekend.

Cara Hunter MLA said: “The influx of cars today in the Causeway Coast is absolutely shameful with bumper to bumper traffic on Portrush Main Street. We cannot become complacent. COVID-19 is still spreading.

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“After speaking with concerned residents, I have contacted police about my great concern for health and safety of local residents here.”

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