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Tuesday, November 30, 2021

Woman dies following devastating two-vehicle collision in Fermanagh

A woman has died following a two-vehicle collision that occurred in Fermanagh over the weekend.

The incident occurred on the Boa Island Road in Belleek shortly before 4pm yesterday afternoon.


It was confirmed this morning that a woman was killed following the collision.

A PSNI spokesman stated, “A woman died as a result of the two-vehicle collision which occurred shortly before 4pm on Saturday and officers remain at the scene this morning conducting enquiries.”

The PSNI are urging anyone who may have witnessed the incident to contact them.


Anyone in possession of dash-cam footage of the area at the time of the incident is urged to make it available to the PSNI.

If you have any information in relation to the incident you are asked to contact officers at the Collision Investigation Unit at 101 quoting reference number 1070 6/11/21.

This follows a separate two-vehicle collision that occurred on Friday morning near Lisnaskea, also in Fermanagh, where two drivers were hospitalised.

Another incident occurred this morning in Newry on the Dublin Road where a man was critically injured after being struck by a car.

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