3 teenager road deaths in 2 days on NI roads

By Gillian Crotty

Three teenagers have died in separate road traffic accidents in Northern Ireland in the space of two days.

Conal Daly, aged 18 from Belfast is the most recent fatality following a crash involving the car he was travelling in and a vehicle being pursued by the police. The accident occurred on Thursday night at 8.40pm on the Saintfield Road. The police were pursuing a Jaguar car when it crashed into the vehicle Mr Daly was a passenger in.

There were two other separate fatal road traffic accidents on Tuesday, which claimed the lives of 18-year-old Enda Dolan and 17-year-old Emma Scott.

Road accident deaths in Northern Ireland have increased by 45 per cent on 2013 and 113 per cent on 2014.

If you have suffered injury or loss as a result of a road traffic accident in Northern Ireland, and want to speak to a compensation claims solicitor, contact Wilson Nesbitt in Belfast by calling 0800 840 0546.