Anger is mounting among public representatives in Donegal over the week-long closure of the Lifford Bridge after suspect bombs were planted in a garage and in a car near the British Army checkpoint in Strabane, County Tyrone, on Thursday night last week.

Report shows Royal Ulster Constabulary (RUC) officers on the empty bridge.

'Road Closed' sign and remains of car bomb.

Traffic at customs post on a diversion route.

Gardaí directing traffic at diversion point near Lifford, County Donegal.

Interview with Councillor Eddie O'Donnell, Chairman Donegal County Council who blames the British authorities for delay in getting bridge open.

British helicopters over bridge.

The reporter is Tommie Gorman.

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