Prison officer hurt in Belfast bomb attack dies
Father-of-three Adrian Ismay lost his fight for life this morning
The prison officer who was injured in the Belfast bomb attack has died.
Father-of-three Adrian Ismay, 52, suffered serious leg injuries when device exploded under the van he was driving to work on March 4.
The attack happened in the Hillsborough Drive area – a predominantly loyalist area in the east of the city – just after 7am.
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