Scene outside the furniture store on the Shankill Road, Belfast, N Ireland, UK, following a no warning Provisional IRA bomb explosion, 11th December 1971, in which two children, Tracey Munn and Colin Nicholl, and two adults, Harold King and Hugh Bruce, died. The children were in a pram passing the store when the bomb exploded. For more information see Lost Lives entries 213, 214, 215 and 216. 197112110556
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