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Carnage Watch: Shocking video shows car and van colliding repeatedly in Belfast incident

Two men have been arrested following Saturday's incident on Tates Avenue in South Belfast


Two men have been arrested on dangerous driving offences following an incident in Belfast yesterday.

The incident took place on Tates Avenue in South Belfast on Saturday, April 23rd.

Video footage of the incident shows a car and a van colliding with each other more than once as a man stands in the middle of the road shouting.

The man appears to then move over to the van to continue his shouting before the driver and passenger exit the vehicle.

PSNI officers have arrested a 33-year-old man and a 50-year-old man on suspicion of a number of offences. Both men remain in police custody.

It is not yet known if any party suffered injuries in the incident.

A PSNI spokesperson said: "Police received a report of an incident involving two vehicles in the Tates Avenue area of south Belfast this evening (Saturday 23rd April).

"Two men aged 33 and 50 have been arrested on suspicion of a number of offences including dangerous driving and are currently in police custody assisting with enquiries.

"There are no further details at present."

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