24-year-old killed after being hit by lorry in Tyrone

24-year-old killed after being hit by lorry in Tyrone

A local Councillor has said the death of a man who was hit by a lorry in Omagh in Co Tyrone is a tragedy.

The collision, involving a Ford tipper lorry, happened on Great Northern Road close to the Brookmount Road overpass at around 4.50am this morning.

The victim has been named by police as 24-year-old Neil McAleer from the Omagh area.

A 28-year-old man has been arrested in connection with the crash.

The PSNI is appealing for witnesses to the collision to contact them.


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