Belfast Telegraph

Four men injured in road crash near Ballymoney

By David Young

Four men were rushed to hospital last night after two-vehicle road traffic collision in north Antrim.

The crash happened near the village of Finvoy yesterday evening.

It's believed a car travelling on the main Finvoy Road collided with a vehicle which had pulled out of a country lane.

An eyewitness said that at four ambulances and three fire engines were at the scene, as an investigation began into the cause of the accident.

NIFRS Group Commander Noel Darley said a man, woman and an infant in one car had escaped unhurt from the smash - but four men in the other car had to be cut free from the wreckage.

"They were taken to hospital with musculo-skeletal injuries, which are not thought to be life-threatening," he said.

A Northern Trust spokeswomen said the four men were 'stable' in hospital.

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