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POLICE have named the two women care workers who died following a two-car crash at a crossroads in rural Co Antrim. It is believed the women, named as Michelle McStravick (35) and Lorraine Clyde (56), were carrying out home help visits when the tragedy happened near Randalstown on Monday.


 

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