Anger after bus attacked on Newry’s Camlough Road

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Friday, July 8th, 2016
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Sinn Féin Councillor Charlie Casey has condemned ‘the thugs’ behind an attack on a Translink bus on the Camlough Road area earlier this week.
Newry's Camlough Road

Newry’s Camlough Road

“I spoke to one of the managers at Translink and he tells me that there were several passengers aboard the bus at the time and although nobody was hurt they were very badly shaken,” he said. “This is absolute thuggery and those behind it have no place in our community. “As well as potentially hurting people, or worse, this type of idiocy gives areas a bad name and ends up with services being withdrawn from them. “I would urge anyone with any information on who was behind this attack to go to the police or a community representative.
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Mid July 2016“This is not just an attack on a bus, which has now been damaged and will have to be repaired at the taxpayer’s expense; this is an attack on the entire community and the progress our communities have made over the past number of years. Don’t let them away with it.”

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