RUC station, KInawley, Co Fermanagh, N Ireland, which was proxy bombed on 30th August 1974. A woman and 2 children were held hostage by the Provisional IRA whilst her husband was forced to drive his car containing a bomb to the police station. He was allowed to shout a warning. Although there were no injuries damage to the police station and nearby properties was extensive. 1974083001RUC1.
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