Two dead after motorbike and car involved in road crash in Belfast
Four killed on Northern Ireland's roads this week
A motorcyclist and a driver have been killed after they were involved in a crash in south Belfast.
It happened on Tuesday evening outside a petrol station on the Milltown Road.
It's understood a dark blue Volvo car was struck by a motorbike.
A number of ambulance crews were sent to the scene.
Two men - the driver of the car and the motorcyclist - were killed.
It's believed the male driver of the Volvo died at the scene.
The deaths come after two others died in separate road crashes within just hours of one another.
Motorcyclist Mark McClements (49) from Whitehead died in a crash between his motorbike and a car in Carrickfergus on Monday.
Elsewhere, a 51-year-old woman was killed in a road crash on the Magherafelt Road between Magherafelt and Moneymore shortly before 9am on Tuesday morning.
Belfast Telegraph Digital