Site logo
Sidney McIldoon
Sidney McIldoon

Man who died in Tandragee collision was Portadown man Sidney McIldoon

Searching for a new home check out our property listings

The man aged in his 80s who sadly died following a road traffic collision outside Tandragee was Sidney McIldoon, the Police Service of Northern Ireland can confirm.

Sidney McIldoon.

Mr McIldoon was from Portadown and would have turned 85 tomorrow, Thursday 15th February.

He died following a collision between his vehicle and a tractor on Tuesday afternoon, 13th February on the Cornascriebe Road, between Tandragee and Hamiltonsbawn.

A female passenger, also aged in her 80s, remains in hospital in a critical condition. The Cornascriebe Road was closed for a time to allow for police to carry out enquiries and has since reopened to traffic.

Anyone who was travelling in the area and has dash-cam footage is asked to contact the Police Service’s Collision Investigation Unit on 101 quoting reference number 909 of 13/02/24.

 

SHARE:

Facebook
Twitter
LinkedIn
Pinterest

Road Safety Tips for Motorcyclists and Cyclists as Better Weather Approaches

Motorcyclist Dies in Two-Vehicle Collision on Magheramore Road in Co Antrim

psni_banner+northern_ireland_online

Drugs worth an estimated £60,000 seized and man arrested following Ballymoney search

Businesses We Recommend

Picture of Northern Ireland Online Team

Northern Ireland Online Team

Have a story contact us at jason@northernirelandonline.com

Northern Ireland Online Services

We specialize in enhancing your digital presence through a comprehensive range of services. Elevate your business with our premium business listing service, ensuring your venture gains the visibility it deserves. Our expert web design team is dedicated to crafting visually stunning and highly functional websites that leave a lasting impression on your audience. To maximize your online reach, our social shares service promotes your content across various platforms, driving engagement and expanding your customer base. Join us in navigating the digital landscape and unlocking the true potential of your Northern Ireland business.

Facebook
Twitter
LinkedIn
Pinterest

Join our Mailing list!

Get all latest news, exclusive deals!

OUR NEWSLETTER

* indicates required

Intuit Mailchimp