Police and members of the public rushed to the rescue of a man after a two-vehicle crash in North Belfast.
Officers were on patrol in the north of the city on Thursday night, October 28, when they came across a two-vehicle crash on the Antrim Road, near the junction with Limestone Road.
The collision, which involved a motorcyclist and car, occurred at around 11.45pm.
Officers, assisted by members of the public, provided first aid at the scene, before staff from the Northern Ireland Ambulance Service arrived.
One man, aged in his twenties, was taken to hospital for treatment to his injuries.
In a statement on Friday morning, October 29, police said the man’s injuries are not believed to be life-threatening at this stage.
The road was closed after the collision but has since reopened.
Sergeant Prentice said: “We are very grateful to those who assisted at the scene and as our enquiries continue, we would ask anyone who was in the area at the time or who may have dashcam or other footage, to contact police on 101 quoting reference 2267 of 28/10/21.”
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