Two men killed in Belfast collision

Published Tuesday, 01 July 2014
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Two men have been killed in a crash in south Belfast.

A motorcyclist and the driver of a car both died in a two vehicle crash on Milltown Road, close to a service station near the Belvoir Estate, on Tuesday at about 8pm.

Three ambulance crews and a rapid response vehicle attended the scene.

The Milltown Road was closed for several hours following the incident before reopening.

Police are appealing for witnesses to come forward.

Four people have died on Northern Ireland's roads in just two days.

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scott in belfast wrote (211 days ago):
thoughts are with the families, something needs to be done with that road, there are housing estates at each side of that road so the speed limit needs reduced. its only a matter of time before the same thing happens on down at shaws bridge car park as its sometimes difficult to judge when to pull out of that entrance too.
Belfast in Belfast wrote (212 days ago):
My thoughts and prayers are with their families. May they rest in peace x
Thomas in N. Ireland wrote (212 days ago):
With the amount of recent fatal road accidents it is time N. Ireland had a dedicated Air Ambulance staffed by trauma doctors and critical care paramedics. I have seen first hand the difference these specialist medics can make on the UK mainland, and more lives could be saved. RIP to those who died.
w in belfast wrote (212 days ago):
i am from the area it is a bad lay out where the maxoil is, the D.O.E need to do somthing with the lay out of the road or bring down the speed limit there has been people there killed or very badley hurt in the past
Belfast in Belfast wrote (212 days ago):
God bless these guys
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