Scene of devastation 10th March 1977 following Provisional IRA bomb explosion at the Belfast auto accessories shop owned by former rally driver, Paddy Hopkirk. An 18 year old shop assistant, Norman Sharkey, was shot by the bombers when he shouted a warning. He was dead on arrival at a local hospital. 197703100142b.
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