Six-year-old boy hit by car in Lisburn dies in hospital

Diarmuid and Cormac Frazer Diarmuid (left) and Cormac Frazer were on their way to get their hair cut when the accident happened

A six-year-old boy who was struck by a car in Lisburn, County Antrim, earlier this week, has died.

Diarmuid Frazer passed away in the Royal Victoria Hospital in Belfast on Friday evening.

His twin brother is in a stable condition in hospital.

The boys had gone with a parent to get their hair cut and were crossing Railway Street when the accident happened at 15:35 GMT on Wednesday.

Police have appealed for witnesses to contact them.

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