Bomb warnings cause travel chaos

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The Independent Online
THE IRA brought chaos to London yesterday with bomb warnings that closed 40 British Rail stations, paralysed sections of the London Underground and caused misery for more than 350,000 commuters as they struggled to and from the capital. No bombs were planted but the warnings were deliberately vague. One call said that there was a bomb on a line between London and Sevenoaks. That meant nearly 40 BR stations, including six central London stations, had to be closed.

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