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Two pedestrians and a motorcyclist killed in separate incidents on Northern Ireland

Two pedestrians and a motorcyclist killed in separate incidents on Northern Ireland

Two pedestrians and a motorcyclist killed in separate incidents on Northern Ireland

Two pedestrians and a motorcyclist killed in separate incidents on Northern Ireland

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  • two pedestrians and a motorcyclist were killed in separate incidents on Northern Ireland’s roads.
  • Michaela Curran, 35, died after being hit by a vehicle at Bishops Brae in Downpatrick.
  • Man in his 40s was also killed when he was hit by a vehicle on the Randalstown Road.
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Two pedestrians and a motorcyclist were killed in separate incidents on Northern Ireland’s roads.

Michaela Curran, 35, died after being hit by a vehicle at Bishops Brae in Downpatrick, County Down, around 14:30 GMT.

Her husband and three children, according to police, were devastated by her death.

A man in his 40s was also killed when he was hit by a vehicle on the Randalstown Road in Antrim shortly after 22:00.

A man in his 70s died after his motorcycle was involved in a collision on the Bann Road in Ballymoney, according to police.

Officers added that the incident occurred around 18:25.

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All roads that were closed as a result of the police response have since reopened.

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