A booby trap bomb has partially exploded in Northern Ireland, setting a police officer’s car on fire, security sources say.
Army bomb disposal officers have been called to the scene.
Sky News understands the female driver of the vehicle is a serving police officer. She escaped without injury.
The Police Service of Northern Ireland (PSNI) says the incident on the A2 between Belfast and Bangor is ongoing.
Emergency services received a report of a car on fire at the junction of Ballyrobert Road shortly before 8.30am.
Army technical officers have been tasked to examine the car and the road remains closed to traffic.
Source: Sky News.