Adam's aunt, Michelle Johnston, says the Board's decision comes too late
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Cloughmills crash: Aunt says education board transport offer is 'too late'

The North Eastern Education and Library Board has agreed to provide transport to collect the brothers and sisters of a boy who was killed in a crash near Cloughmills in County Antrim.

Adam Gilmour, who was eight, was walking to get the school bus with his mother and siblings when he was knocked down earlier this month.

The MLA Jim Allister had requested transport for the family before the crash happened.

Speaking to BBC News NI reporter Ciara Riddell, Adam's aunt Michelle Johnston says the board's decision comes too late

  • 26 Nov 2014
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