A pensioner who died after a road accident in Sion Mills last week has been dubbed Kevin McCrory.
The 77-year-old from Omagh died in hospital on Sunday.
He had been injured in a two-vehicle collision on Melmount Road five days earlier.
The father-of-three was the driver of a white Vauxhall van that collided with a Volvo truck around 1.50pm last Tuesday.
A funeral notice reveals that Mr McCrory has died in the arms of his daughters at the Royal Victoria Hospital in Belfast.
He is said to be a “loving and devoted husband” to Ann and a “proud little daddy” to Valerie, Lynda and Emma.
“Dear Granda Kev from Lauren, Sophie, Rebecca, Ellie, Finn, Dara and Fiadh,” the statement adds.
“Dear brother of Colette, Carmel, Joan, Gaye and Brian.
“Flowers for family only please, instead donations to Air Ambulance NI c/o Charles Lynch, funeral director or family member if requested.
“Will be missed forever by his grieving wife, daughters, sons-in-law, grandchildren, sisters, brother and many friends.
“Sacred Heart of Jesus, have mercy on his soul.”
The PSNI is asking for information.
“Collision Investigation Unit officials continue to urge anyone who witnessed or has dashcam footage of the two-vehicle collision on Tuesday, July 26 on Melmount Road to come forward,” a spokesman said.
“The collision involved a white Vauxhall van and a blue Volvo truck and was reported to police around 1:50pm.
“The number to call with information is 101, quote the reference number 953 of 7/26/22.”
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