John Stewart Moore Obituary Death – People in north Belfast are “shocked” by the news of the death of an 80-year-old man who was killed after he was hit by a car. The man’s death has caused a lot of grief and sadness in the area. Yesterday, the victim, John Stewart Moore, a resident of north Belfast, was identified as having been struck around 7 a.m. on the Antrim Road, close to where it joins the Cliftonville Road. The incident took place near the intersection.
According to a statement made by a spokesman for the PSNI, the guy “sadly died at the scene.” Neil Harrison, a Detective Sergeant, stated that “We are looking for information and witnesses.” Call the Collision Investigation Unit at the number 101 and give them the reference number “454 of January 15” if you were in the area at the time of the collision or if you have dash cam or CCTV evidence of the incident.
Yesterday morning, the section of Antrim Road that is located between the crossroads of Cliftonville Road and Duncairn Gardens was made inaccessible to motorists by the police. It was not until the early afternoon that it reopened. JJ Magee, a Sinn Féin member for North Belfast, expressed yesterday that “the death has shocked and saddened the community.” In addition to this, he stated, “My first sympathies are with the families of the people who have been touched by this tragedy.”
Please contact the authorities if you have any information regarding the recent car accident that occurred. “This is extremely sad news,” said Nuala McAllister, who is a member of the parliament of the Alliance Party. He shared his thoughts with those who were important to him. Please contact the authorities if you were in this area along Antrim Road on Sunday morning about 7 a.m. and you saw anything suspicious.
Mr. Moore is the second person to pass away as a result of being involved in a car accident in the north in 2023. Accident involving a single vehicle occurred on January 2 in Cloghogue, close to Newry, and resulted in the death of a man. The fatality that occurred on Sunday was the first case of a pedestrian passing away in 2018. In 2022, pedestrians accounted for 16 of the 55 people who were killed on roads. Between 2021 and the most recent year, there was an increase of eight pedestrians who were killed.