The article looks at Patrick Rogers and Mary Duffy, who are victims in the horror Dungannon road crash in Tyrone.
Who were Patrick Rogers and Mary Duffy?
They are two out of the three victims that died in that unfortunate accident.
Their names were given by police in Northern Ireland.
Who was Patrick Rogers?
He was a 26 man from the Cookstown area.
Patrick Rogers was a family man as he was a man of four kids.
He was a driver of one of the vehicle.
Patrick Rogers was traveling along with his wife and his four kids.
He was driving a Nissan X-Trail vehicle. Patrick Rogers wife and her children were injured during the collision.
They five are still at the hospital, receiving treatment as their injuries are said are life threatening.
Who was Mary Duffy?
She was 52 year old woman. Mary Duffy was also related to Patrick Rogers. She was the mother in law of Patrick Rogers.
She was in the car which was being driven by Patrick Rogers.
Mary Duffy was from Dungannon.
Patrick Rogers and Mary Duffy died when their car collided with other vehicle.
The NIAS had this to say over that accident.
“Following assessment and initial treatment at the scene, four patients were taken to Royal Belfast Hospital for Sick Children and another patient was taken by ambulance to the Royal Victoria Hospital,” a NIAS spokesman said
One local resident, who lives close to the scene, reported hearing “an almighty bang” while he was watching television at around 3.30pm and looked out the window to see that the two vehicles had collided.
Sinn Fein’s Stormont leader Michelle O’Neill expressed her deepest sympathies to the families of those killed in her Mid Ulster constituency.
“It is deeply tragic news to learn that three adults have been killed and a woman and four children injured as a result of this terrible road traffic collision in Co Tyrone,” she said.
“I offer my heartfelt sympathies to the families of those tragically killed and every best wish to those injured for a full and speedy recovery.”