Lorry crashes into Derry shopping centre

A lorry has crashed into a shopping centre in Derry.

The vehicle was being unloaded in Ferryquay Street early this morning when it rolled away.

It travelled along Linenhall Street and Newmarket Street before hitting the wall of the Foyleside Shopping Centre on Orchard Street.

Damage was caused to a parked car, a number of street signs and bollards, police said.

A PSNI statement added: "An investigation is now under way to establish the circumstances of the collision and police are appealing for anyone who witnessed the incident to contact officers in Strand Road.

"Police are particularly keen to speak with three young males who were in the area of Ferryquay Street around the time of the incident."


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