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Young woman Naomi Lynn who died in Co Antrim crash to be laid to rest on Sunday

Naomi Lynn died in a crash in Glarryford, near Ballymena, Co Antrim, on Wednesday

A YOUNG woman who died in a road crash in Co Antrim is to be laid to rest tomorrow.

Naomi Lynn, who was in her twenties, died in a crash along with Andrew Burke (23) on Wednesday afternoon.

Ms Lynn, from Portglenone, Co Antrim, was driving the yellow Citroen which was involved in a collision with a white Honda on the Duneany Road in Glarryford at around 2.05pm.

Both Ms Lynn and Mr Burke were pronounced dead at the scene.

The female driver of the Honda was taken to hospital for treatment.

The funeral service for Ms Lynn will take place at 1st Portglenone Presbyterian Church at 2.30pm on Sunday followed by burial in Cullybackey new cemetery.

Ms Lynn is survived by her parents, sister, grandparents and family circle.

Mr Burke, from Antrim, will be laid to rest on Monday.

Crash victim Andy Burke

A service will be held in Baird's Funeral Home in Antrim at 11am followed by burial in Belmont Cemetery.

He is survived by his parents, brothers and wider family circle.

PSNI Inspector Marty Mullan said: "We are appealing to anyone who may have been on the Duneany Road on Wednesday afternoon, prior to or around the time of the collision, or anyone who recorded any dashcam or mobile phone footage that could potentially help our investigation to get in touch with us.

"The investigation team can be contacted by calling 101, quoting reference number CCS 853 of 190220."

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