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Police looking for lorry driver who left scene of fatal crash this morning

Officers believe the driver may not be aware that they were involved in a collision.

Image: Ballynahinch via Google Maps

POLICE ARE LOOKING for the driver of a lorry after a pedestrian died after being hit this morning.

The man was struck on Windmill Street in Ballynahinch, Co Down shortly before 11am.

Officers believe the driver may not be aware that they were involved in a collision.

The lorry is described as a 6-wheel tipper lorry with a blue/brown cab and was loaded with rubble or vegetables.

It has Miskelly Brothers Ltd writing on the front of the cab although this vehicle is no longer owned by the company.

The lorry travelled through the centre of Ballynahinch and left the town along Dromore Street following the collision.

Police are appealing for the driver or anyone with any information about the lorry to contact local Police on the non-emergency number 101.

Read: Motorcyclist dies after colliding with a Jeep in Blessington>

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