Teenage boy dies after collision with car in Belfast


Police at scenePicture copyright Alan Lewis
Picture caption Police on the scene of the collision in west Belfast

A 13-twelve months-mature boy has died following a collision in the Springfield Avenue rental of West Belfast on Friday.

Inspector David McBride mentioned: “Very sadly, a younger cyclist has lost his lifestyles. He became as soon as 13-twelve months-mature Eoin Hamill from the native rental.”

Police entreated anybody who became as soon as in the rental between 4.15pm and 4.45pm and who witnessed the collision, or who might well per chance perhaps even bear creep cam pictures, to gather in touch.

They added: “A man has been arrested and is helping with our enquiries.”

Sinn Féin councillor Micheal Donnelly mentioned that Eoin became as soon as “well-regarded” in the native community and became as soon as acknowledged for his boxing, having represented his county in opponents.

“Our thoughts are with the family, or not it is fully heartbreaking. We as a workforce will attain together to pork up the family.”

He added: “At the initiating of a brand new twelve months it makes it make raw, or not it is fair devastating.”

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