Michael McCreesh, 15 years, Roman Catholic, from Dromintee, Forkhill, Co Armagh, N Ireland, who died when a Provisional IRA abandoned booby-trapped van exploded near a Roman Catholic church outside the village on 10th March 1974. Two other youths were injured one of whom died a few days later. The intended target was British solders who would have been tasked to investigate the vehicle. 197403100141
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