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Fire crews at scene of gas leak in Portstewart

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Fire crews are attending the scene of a gas leak in Portstewart, Co Londonderry.

Northern Ireland Fire and Rescue Service were called out to Lever Road shortly before 9am on Tuesday.

A 200 metre cordon has been put in place and nearby residents have been advised to keep windows and doors closed as a precaution.

Firmus gas is also attending.

Benone becomes first totally inclusive beach in NI

Benone has become the first totally inclusive beach in Northern Ireland.

Specialist buggies, floating chairs and even a wheelchair surfboard have meant the strand is no longer off limits to anyone, thanks to the Mae Murray Foundation.

For many young people with physical disabilities, it was this was their very first time on the sand and their first dip in the sea, as Gareth Wilkinson reports.

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CCTV shows near misses on NI railway crossings

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Translink has released CCTV footage of near misses on railway crossings as part of its summer safety campaign.

The video shows incidents of level crossing and platform misuse at various locations across the network in Northern Ireland.

Translink said there is always a rise in the number of near misses and unsafe behaviour on rail lines over the summer and appealed for parents to help reinforce the message that they are not a safe place to play.

Richard Knox from the transport provider added: "We have a zero tolerance approach to trespass or anti-social behaviour.

"We offer a reward of up to £1,000 for those who give evidence which leads to a successful conviction”.

M2 closed for time after one-vehicle crash

The M2 closure resulted in long tailbacks on Saturday evening. Credit: Pacemaker

Part of the M2 motorway outside Belfast has had to be closed for a time as a result of a one-vehicle crash in the area.

The closure, in both directions between Sandyknowes and Greencastle, resulted in long tailbacks.

One man was injured and taken to hospital by ambulance, while Northern Ireland's air ambulance provided support at the scene.

The road has since reopened.

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