Who was Brian Black? Wiki, Biography, Age, Family, Career, Cause of Death, Car Dived, Incident Detail-wikibiouk

Who was Brian Black? Wiki, Biography, Age, Family, Career, Cause of Death, Car Dived, Incident Detail

Brian Black Wiki – Biography

Brian Black was UTV presenter has car dived into a harbor causing injuries that he later died from.

Mr. Black was known for reporting on environmental issues and UTV’s political editor Ken Reid was among many to pay tribute to the presenter.

He tweeted: ‘Devastated. My old UTV colleague Brian Black has been killed in a tragic accident.

‘He was a special man, great communicator with a special passion for improving our environment.

‘The UTV family is in a state of shock at the loss. RIP.’

Photographer Kevin McAuley shared with social media: ‘Very sad news breaking about Brian Black he was one of a kind great environmentalist, program maker and presenter.

‘What a sad way to go. I worked long side Brian on many shoots in North Antrim Fair Head and Rathlin Island. Brian RIP.’

Mr. Black won the Environmental Journalist of the Year award at Northern Ireland’s Press and Broadcast Awards several times.

Brian Black Age

Brian Black has died at the age of 70 years.

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Cause of Death

UTV presenter Brian Black’s car dived into a harbor causing injuries that he later died from.

Mr. Black, aged in his 70s, was pulled from Strangford Harbour, in Co Down, Northern Ireland, after bystanders reported a car in the water.

Emergency services responded and he was taken to Royal Victoria Hospital but he died from his injuries.

Northern Ireland’s Fire and Rescue Service, Ambulance Service, Coastguard, and Royal National Lifeboat Institution all responded to the call on Tuesday, the Mirror reported.

Video Footage

The video footage and photographs showing the car being lifted out of the water at the harbor.

RNLI told the Belfast Telegraph ‘Portaferry RNLI’s inshore lifeboat was requested to launch at 11.30 am this morning by Belfast Coastguard following a report of a car in the water.

‘Portaferry RNLI and Portaferry Coastguard recovered a casualty from the water who was subsequently transferred to hospital.’

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