Lydia Ross Car Accident Ballymoney North Ireland, Victim killed in NI crash


Lydia Ross Obituary, Death – It has been brought to the attention of the Police Service of Northern Ireland that a woman has tragically lost her life as a result of a road traffic collision that took place in Aghadowey and involved only one car. During a collision that took place in the vicinity of Curragh Road, Lydia Ross, who was 21 years old and from the Ballymoney region, sustained major injuries. The vehicle involved was a blue Peugeot 207. It was roughly 10:15 p.m. on Thursday, December 28th, when the collision took occurred. regrettably, she did not survive her injuries and went away horribly. She was transported to the hospital for treatment, but regrettably, she did not survive.

“Enquiries are ongoing, and anyone with information, including dash-cam, CCTV, or other footage, is asked to contact Police on 101, quoting reference number 1887 of 28/12/23,” claimed a spokeswoman for the police department. “Anyone who has any information is encouraged to communicate with us.”All members of the community were rendered speechless and in a state of shock as a result of the tragic death of Lydia Ross, which took place last night for no apparent reason. A state of mourning was imposed upon the community as a direct consequence of the demise of Lucy Ross.

Lydia was a loyal follower of Ballymena United, and she frequently accompanied her father, Paul, who was a good friend of ours and a fellow member of the Marching Band group. Paul was also a member of the community. Although none of us can find the words to alleviate the sorrow that Lydia’s family and friends are going through, we will continue to keep them in our thoughts and prayers throughout the challenging days that are still to come.