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Killyleagh crash: Two drivers taken to hospital after collision

By Sarah Scott

Two drivers have been taken to hospital after a crash in Co Down.

Emergency services were called to the Ballytrim Road, outside Killyleagh, after a collision involving two vehicles.

On Saturday afternoon, police confirmed the two drivers had been taken to hospital.

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Earlier diversions have since lifted and the road has reopened.

A PSNI spokeswoman said: "Two drivers have been taken to hospital for treatment to their injuries. The Ballytrim Road, Killyleagh is now clear and has reopened."

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