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MP condemns Fountain petrol bombers

The Bishop Street/Fountain Estate interface. In background is the city's St. Columb's Cathedral, and on right, the remaining Derry jail tower, now used as a museum.

The Bishop Street/Fountain Estate interface. In background is the city's St. Columb's Cathedral, and on right, the remaining Derry jail tower, now used as a museum.

SDLP Foyle MP Mark Durkan has condemned those responsible for throwing petrol bombs into the Fountain estate in Londonderry for the third time this week.

Mr Durkan said: “Those responsible are out to cause damage and their contemptible actions only show they have an utter disregard for the many people who live nearby.

“Indeed, it is a disgrace that elderly people – particularly in Alexander House – are being put through such distress and disruption.

“No-one, especially elderly citizens, should be subjected to such anxiety and strain.”

 

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