Two pedestrians critical after Belfast accident

Scene of accident close to Belfast Central Station The scene of the accident close to Belfast Central Station

Two pedestrians are critically ill in hospital after they were knocked down near Belfast city centre.

It happened close to the Central railway station at East Bridge Street on Friday night.

A third man was also hurt, but his injuries are not believed to be life-threatening.

In a separate incident, three teenage boys were injured in Dungiven following a crash which is thought to have involved quads and scramblers.

None of their injuries are believed to be serious.

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