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Enquiries continuing into scrambler crash in west Belfast

Police have said enquiries into a crash in west Belfast which involved a scrambler and a car were last night "continuing"

POLICE have said enquiries are continuing into a collision in west Belfast involving a car and a scrambler motorcycle.

The crash happened on the Andersonstown Road just before 5.30pm on Monday, bringing traffic to a standstill.

One ambulance attended the scene and a PSNI spokesman said two males, believed to be on the scrambler, were taken to hospital with injuries which were said to be non life-threatening.

A PSNI spokesman refused to say what age the pair are but it is believed they are aged in their late teens.

The spokesman said enquiries into the collision are continuing.

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