Death of Natasha Carruthers (23) treated as murder after Fermanagh crash
Police say they are treating the death of a 23-year-old woman in a car crash near Derrylin, Co Fermanagh, at the weekend as murder.
Natasha Carruthers' car was travelling in the direction of Lisnaskea from Derrylin on a straight section of the Newbridge Road when it crashed just as it was climbing to the top of a hill on Saturday night.
The 23-year-old woman, who had a one-year-old daughter, was from the Letterbreen area.
Her funeral took place at Rossorry Parish Church near Enniskillen on Wednesday afternoon.
According to police, the other two people in the car, a male and a female also in their 20s, were taken to hospital with injuries which are believed to be serious.
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Police confirmed on Wednesday night that detectives from Serious Crime Branch had launched a murder investigation following the fatal road traffic collision.
Det Ch Insp Eamon Corrigan said: "I would appeal to anyone who was travelling on the Newbridge Road between 11pm and 12 midnight on Saturday October 7 and who may have witnessed any vehicle or vehicles travelling at speed to contact us.
"The deceased was travelling in a blue Corsa, registration number TLZ 8330."
Police have urged anyone with dashcam footage of the area on the night of the crash to contact them.
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