A farmer and her daughter have been killed following a two-vehicle collision in Northern Ireland.
Clare Smyth and her daughter, from Ballycastle, Co Antrim, were killed in the road collision involving a quad-bike and tractor on Tuesday May 12.
Police, paramedics and air ambulance attended the scene but Ms Smyth and her child were pronounced dead shortly after, with a second child airlifted to hospital in Belfast.
It is believed the collision happened at the entrance to the family farm as Ms Smyth exited the lane, situated on the brow of a hill, with her children before the collision with the tractor.
Local Councillor Cara McShane said the accident had sent a ’ripple of sadness’ through the local community and her thoughts and prayers were with everyone impacted by the tragic incident.