Police in Belfast say a person has died after a mini-bus they were travelling in had to "brake sharply".
They are appealing for witnesses and information following the incident on the Antrim Road in the city near the Co-Op food store on Thursday.
Police said one person who was a passenger in the mini-bus was injured at the time and has since passed away.
They are appealing to the driver of a car, which was in front of this minibus, and a pedestrian who was crossing the road to contact them.
The PSNI says: "They may have information that could assist police with their investigation."
They are also keen to speak with motorists who may have been driving in the area and have dashcam footage fitted to their vehicles that may have captured the incident.