02 September 2005

Five devices thrown at car park

BBC

Loyalists are believed to have been responsible for a petrol bomb attack close to Donegall Pass police station in south Belfast.

Five devices were thrown at a car park where officers leave their cars. No-one was injured.

Earlier loyalist and nationalist youths clashed in the Cromac Street area.

They threw stones, bottles, paint and other missiles. Police and community workers spent most of the evening trying to keep the two sides apart.

About 100 people gathered in lower Donegall Pass area and a second group assembled in the lower Ormeau Road area.

Motorists were asked to avoid the area during the trouble.




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