Mum says "kids could have been killed" by Craigavon bomb - calls for violence to stop

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Leah Moonan.

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A young mother of three caught up in a weekend bomb attack in Craigavon says her children have been left traumatised and unable to sleep, fearing the bombers will strike again ...

A pipe bomb exploded outside a house in the Enniskeen area on Saturday night.

A woman and young children inside the property escaped injury but police say there could have been loss of life.

Army bomb disposal experts found a second viable device when they arrived at the scene.

Leah Moonan lives yards away from the house targetted with her baby and four year old twins.

This is the latest in a series of attacks in the area. 

Local people suspect criminal elements.

Leah's making a direct appeal to whoever is responsible for the violence to stop...











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