British Army engineers recover the Saracen armoured vehicle in which 3 soldiers died when a 400 to 500lb Provisional IRA landmine was detonated under it near Dungannon, Co Tyrone, N Ireland, on 10th Septermber 1972. The 3 soldiers who died were members of the Argyll & Sutherland HIghlanders regiment. Five other soldiers were injured. A civilian, who shortly after the blast drove his Mini into the 25ft deep crater was only slightly hurt. 197209100553a<br />
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British Army engineers recover the Saracen armoured vehicle in which 3 soldiers died when a 400 to 500lb Provisional IRA landmine was detonated under it near Dungannon, Co Tyrone, N Ireland, on 10th Septermber 1972. The 3 soldiers who died were members of the Argyll & Sutherland HIghlanders regiment. Five other soldiers were injured. A civilian, who shortly after the blast drove his Mini into the 25ft deep crater was only slightly hurt. 197209100553a

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