A pedestrian has been struck by a car in Portadown this afternoon (Saturday).
The incident happened around 3pm in the Market Street area of the town.
Emergency services are currently in attendance at the scene.
Police are advising motorists to avoid the area. Diversions are also in place.
A spokesperson for The Northern Ireland Ambulance Service said a man was taken to the Royal Victoria Hospital in Belfast after suffering a head injury.
It is understood he is in a stable condition.
Just hearing that a pedestrian has been struck by a car in Market Street, Portadown.
Hope to goodness everyone is ok
— Julie Flaherty (@flahertycom) April 15, 2017
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