John Stewart Death, Obituary – The neighborhood in north Belfast has been described as being “shocked” by the death of an elderly man, who was 80 years old and died after being hit by a vehicle. The man, who was identified as John Stewart Moore from north Belfast yesterday, was struck on the Antrim Road close to the intersection with the Cliftonville Road at approximately 7 in the morning. According to a spokesperson for the PSNI, the guy “unfortunately died at the scene.” According to Detective Sergeant Neil Harrison,
“We are seeking for information and witnesses.” [Citation needed] Anyone who was in the area at the time of the collision or who may have caught evidence using a dash cam or CCTV camera is encouraged to call the Collision Investigation Unit at the number 101 and provide the reference number 454 of January 23. Yesterday morning, law enforcement personnel blocked down a section of the Antrim Road between the Cliftonville Road and Duncairn Gardens intersections. The road was not accessible to drivers until the early afternoon, when it was finally opened back up.
Magee, a councillor for the Sinn Féin party in North Belfast, made the following statement yesterday: “The community is horrified and grieved at the tragedy.” He continued by saying, “My first thoughts are with the families of those who have been affected by this tragedy.” “Anyone who witnessed this car crash or has information about it should report it to the authorities as soon as possible.” Nuala McAllister, a member of the legislature for the Alliance Party, commented that “This is extremely terrible news.
” His loved ones were constantly in his thoughts. Please get in touch with the authorities if you were walking along Antrim Road on Sunday morning about 7 a.m. if you remember seeing anything suspicious. Mr. Moore is the second person to be killed on the roads in the north in 2023, following the death of a man on January 2 in Cloghogue, which is located outside of Newry. The accident involved a single car.