Audi occupants who may have seen Eamonn McCafferty in moments before fatal accident asked to come forward

The PSNI have appealed for the occupants of a white Audi saloon who they believe may have seen late Waterside man, Eamonn McCafferty, in the moments before he was struck by another car outside Derry in August to come forward.

Friday, 2nd November 2018, 8:51 am
Updated Friday, 2nd November 2018, 9:56 am

The 58-years-old died following a fatal road traffic collision near Claudy in the early hours of Saturday, August 18.

This morning police in Derry have issued a fresh appeal for information. Constable Joanne Boyd said: “Mr Eamon McCafferty (58) was a pedestrian who was struck by a blue Hyundai I10 on the Foreglen Road around 2am that Saturday.“We are appealing to the occupant(s) of a white-coloured Audi A4 which was travelling on the Foreglen Road from the direction of Dungiven towards Claudy between 1.55 a.m. and 2.10 a.m. to contact us as we believe they may have seen Mr McCafferty/the blue Hyundai car prior to the collision.“We would also ask drivers who have dashcam fitted in their cars or motorcyclists with helmet cameras who may have been on this road at the time of the collision to get in touch with us on 101, quoting reference 154 of 18/08/18."