Isaac Roxborough: Police name 14 year old boy killed in Co Derry quad collision

Isaac Roxborough
-Credit: (Image: Family photograph)

Police have confirmed that a 14-year-old boy has died following a collision involving a quad bike in Co Derry yesterday.

Isaac Roxborough, who was riding the quad, passed away in hospital today, Wednesday 26th June, from his injuries following the single-vehicle collision on the Ballygudden Road, outside Eglinton village.

The Ballygudden Road, which stretches from the roundabout at the main A2 Clooney Road near City of Derry Airport, was closed at a stretch between the village of Eglinton and the Craigbrack Road for several hours following the crash.

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Police have appealed for anyone who saw a red Honda quad in the area around the time of the crash to come forward.

Inspector Cherith Adair from the Police Service of Northern Ireland’s Collision Investigation Unit said: "Our thoughts are very much with the family at this incredibly sad time, Isaac was just 14 years old.

"A meticulous investigation to establish the circumstances is underway and we would ask anyone who noticed the red Honda quad on the Ballygudden Road on Tuesday morning, 25th June, shortly before 11.30am or who witnessed the collision to contact us on 101 quoting 675 25/06/24 with any information or dash-cam footage."

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