Belfast Telegraph

Three in hospital after serious road accident in Dromara

By Allan Preston

Three people were rushed to hospital following a serious car crash in Dromara, Co Down.

It's understood the crash, which involved a single vehicle, happened on the Dundrum Road in the town shortly before 9pm, with police closing the road afterwards.

A spokesman for the Northern Ireland Ambulance Service said that there were three occupants in the car and all three were injured.

Two were found to be unconscious at the scene with the condition of the third individual unknown last night.

Ambulances were dispatched to the scene from Banbridge, Downpatrick and Newcastle and took those with injuries for treatment at Royal Victoria Hospital. No further details were available.

Meanwhile, a woman in her 40s who was injured in a quad bike crash in Co Fermanagh yesterday morning has also been moved to the Royal Victoria Hospital in Belfast.

She is said to have suffered serious head injuries and is in a critical condition after the 300cc Kawasaki machine she was riding crashed in Lisnarrick at around 11.25am.

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