The condition of the A32 road following two ‘serious’ road traffic collisions on the A32 within the past ten days was raised at Tuesday (April 9) night’s meeting of Fermanagh and Omagh District Council.

On Sunday, March 31, a man in his 30s, two boys aged 12, and a 13-year-old boy were all hospitalised with serious injuries following a crash at Mossfield Road.

A three-car road vehicle collision took place on the same stretch of road on Tuesday, April 9.

The Northern Ireland Ambulance Service (NIAS) attended the scene, and following the accident “two patients were taken to the South West Acute Hospital by ambulance”, a NIAS spokesperson confirmed.

Referencing the “very concerning condition” of the road was Erne North Ulster Unionist Councillor Diana Armstrong.

She said: “It’s another area of great concern with another accident just this evening. Obviously our sympathies are with those involved in that three-car accident, but there was another serious accident on that road last week.”

It was stated at the meeting that the Council are due to meet with the Infrastructure Minister at a later date regarding the A32 Road.