Belfast Telegraph

Two men die after separate crashes in Lisburn and Co Fermanagh

Two men have died in the wake of separate crashes in Co Fermanagh and Lisburn.

A motorcyclist who was injured in a crash in Co Fermanagh at the weekend has died in hospital.

Bryan Bernard Lynch, 48, was from the Enniskillen area.

His black Kawasaki motorbike collided with a blue Vauxhall Vectra shortly before 4.50pm on Saturday, on the A4 road between Lisbellaw and Tamlaght.

PSNI Inspector Hicks appealed for anyone who witnessed the Fermanagh collision or who was travelling on the A4 around the time of the collision to contact police in Enniskillen Police Station on the non-emergency number 101.

Meanwhile a Lisburn man injured in a crash on the Old Ballynahinch Road on October 28 2014, has died in hospital.

Ian Bailie was 66-years-old and from Back Road, Lisburn.

Chief Inspector John Wilson said: "Another family is grieving for the loss of a loved one after a road traffic collision. This brings the total number of road deaths in the Lisburn area to 7 which is six more than this time last year.

"My message to all road users is to please take care and be mindful of road conditions, stay within the speed limit and be safe, not just for yourself, but for others.

"We would appeal for anyone who was in the area of the junction of Back Road and the Old Ballynahinch Road on October 28 around 2.15PM to contact police at Lisburn on the non-emergency number 101."

The two men's deaths brings the death toll on Northern Ireland roads so far this year to 73.

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