Caller Annie was in Belfast city centre on Bloody Friday


Tomorrow marks the 40th anniversary of Bloody Friday. Nine people died and 130 were injured when the IRA planted 23 bombs that devastated Belfast on the afternoon of July 21st 1972. Most of the dead were killed at Oxford Street bus station and the Cavehill road. Some were LITERALLY blown to pieces.

Last night the BBC aired an hour long documentary, detailing that days events.

Did you see the programme, and more importantly - do you remember that day?

We hear from Annie who was in Belfast city centre with her husband when the bombs exploded #bbcnolan #bloodyfriday

Jul 20, 2012, 08:33 AM, Belfast, Northern Ireland, United Kingdom
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