At 3.55pm, away from the riot in William Street, the British army opened fire. John Johnston (59) and Damian Donaghy (15) were hit. John Johnston died from his injuries in June 1972.
Paras attack marchers on the wasteground at Rossville Flats (Colman Doyle)
At 4.07pm the British moved into Rossville Street, opening fire again with live rounds.
Jackie Duddy (17), who had been running alongside local priest Fr Edward Daly, fell dying in the courtyard of the Rossville Flats, shot in the back.
Alana Burke (18) was crushed against a wall by an armoured vehicle.
Peggy Deery (31) was shot in the leg in Chamberlain Street. Patrick McDaid (25) was wounded after he helped carry her to safety.
Patrick Campbell (51) was wounded as he ran towards the Rossville Flats.
Hugh Gilmour lying dead at the Rossville Flats, covered by the banner of the Derry Civil Rights Association. (Fulvio Grimaldi)
Michael Bradley (22) and Mickey Bridge (25) were wounded as they confronted the British army after witnessing the death of Jackie Duddy.
Daniel McGowan (38) was wounded as he helped Patrick Campbell to safety.
Hugh Gilmour (17) was shot dead as he ran towards the Rossville Flats.
Michael Kelly (17), Michael McDaid (20), John Young (17) and William Nash (19) were killed at the rubble barricade in Rossville Street. William’s father Alex (51) was wounded as he went to his son’s aid.
Opening Fire 9 - As teenager Michael Kelly lies dying in the road, Michael McDaid walks into view (top left). He was shot dead just seconds later. (Robert White).JPG
Michael Kelly lies dead at the rubble barricade, as Michael McDaid comes in from the left, seconds before he too was shot dead. Also in the picture is Daniel Hegarty, shot dead by British soldiers 6 months later. (Robert White)