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Investigation ongoing into Armagh crash that killed four

Investigations are continuing into the cause of a Co Armagh crash that killed four young people.

The incident happened on the Ballynahonemore Road near Armagh city at around 2.10am on Sunday.

The victims have been named locally as Philip Mitchell, Emma Mallon, Keith Morrison and Marina Crilly, all believed to have been in their 20s.

It is understood Mr Mitchell and Ms Crilly were from Armagh city and Ms Mallon and Mr Morrison were from near Middletown, close to the Co Monaghan border.

Local people described the backroad road where the incident happened as treacherous, particularly at night.

PSNI described the incident as “an unspeakable tragedy for the families involved, and for the wider community”.

Police remained at the scene yesterday and they are expected to continue their investigations of the scene today.

So far in 2024, 15 people were killed on Northern Ireland roads. Police said that was two more than the same period last year.

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