Crash victim Lorraine Clyde’s ‘loving heart’ recalled at funeral

The funeral of Lorraine Clyde is taking place at St Comgall's Church in Antrim.     Picture by Jonathan Porter/Press Eye

The funeral of Lorraine Clyde is taking place at St Comgall's Church in Antrim. Picture by Jonathan Porter/Press Eye

Mourners at the funeral of Lorraine Clyde, who lost her life in a road traffic collision outside Randalstown on Monday, have been told she was “a good person with a loving heart”.

Lorraine Clyde, 56, who was from the Antrim area, died following the accident on Church Road outside Randalstown shortly before 8am.

The funeral of Lorraine Clyde is taking place at St Comgall's Church in Antrim.     Picture by Jonathan Porter/Press Eye

The funeral of Lorraine Clyde is taking place at St Comgall's Church in Antrim. Picture by Jonathan Porter/Press Eye

Michelle McStravick, 35, from Randalstown, also died in the crash, She was buried yesterday at St MacNissi’s Church in Randalstown,

Both women had been working as care assistants.

Mrs Clyde was well-known as a patrol lady for St Comgall’s Primary School in Antrim.

The pair had been travelling in a grey coloured Citroen C1 car which was in collision with a silver coloured Ford Focus at the Moneyrod Road junction.

Mrs Clyde’s funeral is taking place at St Comgall’s Church in Antrim.