Seriously injured 10 months old Stephen Harrison who was rescued by RUC Constable Tom Coulter following a Provisional IRA bombing in Rosemary Cafe, Rosemary Street, Belfast, N Ireland, 4th April 1977. His mother, Jacqueline Harrison was discharged from hospital after treatment.  See also picture of a two year old Stephen with his rescuer, Constable Coulter, who was awarded the Queen's Award for Bravery. In the incident he entered the bombed premises despite the ever-present possibility of a second explosive device. As the baby's face had turned blue and he gave it vital heart massage. Constable Tom Coulter then rescued another young boy from the rubble.  For pictures of Stephen with his rescuer Constable Coulter search using the following keywords as printed: Coulter & Tom & Constable. The injuries picture of Stephen was issued by the hospital authority. Ref: 19770406wireprint  <br />
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Seriously injured 10 months old Stephen Harrison who was rescued by RUC Constable Tom Coulter following a Provisional IRA bombing in Rosemary Cafe, Rosemary Street, Belfast, N Ireland, 4th April 1977. His mother, Jacqueline Harrison was discharged from hospital after treatment. See also picture of a two year old Stephen with his rescuer, Constable Coulter, who was awarded the Queen's Award for Bravery. In the incident he entered the bombed premises despite the ever-present possibility of a...
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