Jimmy Stewart, Belfast, N Ireland, who lost both legs in the Abercorn Restaurant IRA bombing on 4th March 1972, pictured after his wedding to Florence Orr on 5th October 1974. Two young women died and 130 were injured in the Provisional IRA bombing. A 999 telephone warning was given only two minutes before the blast. An off-duty nurse, Hilary Ferguson, who treated William at the explosion scene, coincidentally got married on the same day. See separate picture. 197410050527c
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