Unite union representative Michael Dornan has said “we’re lucky there wasn’t a fatality” after a bus was petrol bombed during rioting in west Belfast.
There were several hours of violence on Wednesday and police officers were also attacked.
“It all happened within a matter of seconds,” Mr Dornan said.
“We’re just lucky there wasn’t a fatality there last night.”
Police have said the rioting was on a scale not seen in Northern Ireland for years.
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