March 6, 2024
A5 road death another ‘absolute tragedy’ – Begley 

Sinn Féin MP Órfhlaith Begley has expressed condolences to the family and friends of the man killed on the A5 on Tuesday evening. 

The West Tyrone MP said: 

“A life lost as a result of a collision on the A5 between Omagh and Ballygawley is yet another absolute tragedy on this road.

“My immediate thoughts are with his family and friends as they come to terms with this heart-breaking news. 

“I want to thank and pay tribute to the emergency services for all their efforts at the scene. 

“Yet again another family is left devastated by another fatal crash on this dangerous road. This is a sad reminder of the need to move forward and build the A5 with no more delays.”

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