Pedestrian hit by car in Belfast

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Last updated 10:04 10/06/2014

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A teenage pedestrian has been hit by a car north of Christchurch this morning.

Emergency services were called to the scene of the collision near the intersection of Main North Rd and Richill St, Belfast, about 7.30am, police said.

A male pedestrian, aged 15-20, suffered non-life threatening injuries, Sergeant Lindsay Turner said.

Main North Rd was reduced to one lane for a short time while ambulance staff treated the victim.

Police were investigating, Turner said.

An ambulance spokesperson

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