1992 Manchester bombing
|1992 Manchester bombing|
Manchester Cathedral, near the site of the bombing
|Date||4 December 1992
0840 and 1005 (GMT)
|Car bomb, time bomb|
The 1992 Manchester bombing was an attack by the IRA in December 1992. Two bombs exploded, wounding 65 people and damaging many buildings in the city of Manchester.
The first bomb to explode was inside a car that was parked at Parsonage Gardens in the commercial district of the city. The car bomb was behind a House of Fraser shop.(Lua error in Module:Coordinates at line 668: callParserFunction: function "#coordinates" was not found.) The car bomb exploded at 0840 GMT. The bombing in Parsonage Gardens injured six people. The second bomb exploded on Cateaton Street between a market and Manchester Cathedral (Lua error in Module:Coordinates at line 668: callParserFunction: function "#coordinates" was not found.) at 10:05, and wounded 58 people. Many buildings were damaged in the bombings. The total wounded in the blasts was 65. A phone call was made after the bombings claiming more devices were in the city but the police did not find any bombs.
The IRA claimed responsibility for the bombing the next day.
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