Young man dead after car collision in Larne housing estate

Police can confirm that a man in his 20s has died following a collision involving a car and a pedestrian in the Green Drive area of Larne this morning.

Sunday, 5th December 2021, 4:51 pm
Updated Sunday, 5th December 2021, 5:03 pm
PACEMAKER PRESS BELFAST 05/12/2021 Police can confirm that a man in his 20s has died following a collision involving a car and a pedestrian in the Green Drive area of Larne this morning (Sunday 5 December) Pic Colm Lenaghan/Pacemaker

An investigation is underway and anyone who witnessed the collision or who has dash-cam footage is asked to contact officers at the Collision Investigation Unit.

They should quote reference number 704 of 05/12/21.

The collision happened sometime before 11.30am.

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Green Drive, highlighted in yellow

Green Drive is a long road surrounding an open park in the middle of a housing estate on the northern side of the town.

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PACEMAKER PRESS BELFAST 05/12/2021 Police can confirm that a man in his 20s has died following a collision involving a car and a pedestrian in the Green Drive area of Larne this morning (Sunday 5 December) Pic Colm Lenaghan/Pacemaker

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