Northern Ireland

Philippa Reynolds: Police revisit crash scene in Derry

Officers stopped cars in Londonderry in the early hours of Saturday morning
Officers stopped cars in Londonderry in the early hours of Saturday morning

Police investigating the death of Constable Philippa Reynolds in Londonderry have revisited the scene.

The 27-year-old was on a routine patrol in an unmarked police car when it was hit by a stolen vehicle last Saturday.

Constable Reynolds was a back seat passenger in the car which was involved in the collision at Dale's Corner in the Waterside. Two other officers were injured.

Officers handed out leaflets in the area, a week after the accident.

They also stopped traffic at the Clooney Road junction, King Street Link, Limavady Road and Glendermott Road areas early on Saturday morning.

The former teacher joined the PSNI (Police Service of Northern Ireland) two years ago.

On Monday two men in their 20s appeared in court charged in connection to the officer's death.

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