One man died and 4 others were injured out of a total of 14 when a grenade was thrown into this bus at Kingsway Park, Dundonald, N Ireland, UK. The bus was carrying building workers to the site of a new Roman Catholic primary school. The bus was halted to allow a limping youth cross the road. The youth was in fact Albert Ginger Baker, member of a UDA gang, who was jailed for his part in the killing of Patrick Eugene Heenan, a married father of 5, from Andersonstown. 197302010073a.
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