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Woman is killed in road collision
Road accident
A 37-year-old woman has been killed and an 18-year-old girl critically injured in a road accident in County Antrim.

A car and a Land Rover were involved in the crash at Whiteside Road/Portglenone Road between Randalstown and Portglenone about 1000 GMT on Tuesday.

Tanya Lapworth, from The Demesne in Ballymena, died at the scene.

A 60-year-old man was seriously injured. Four children aged between two and 18 were treated for non-life threatening injuries.

Meanwhile, a 49-year-old man has died in hospital following a road traffic collision in County Down.

The incident took place on the Downpatrick Road, near Strangford, in County Down on 28 October.

Bob Hepburn from Portaferry was travelling in a vehicle which left the road at about 1935 BST, about half a mile outside Strangford.

It is not believed any other vehicles were involved in the accident.

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