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A hijacked bus was burnt out and roads were blocked as chaos gripped Belfast (Image: Photopress Belfast)Get the biggest daily stories by emailSubscribeSee our privacy noticeMore newslettersThank you for subscribingWe have more newslettersShow meSee our privacy noticeCould not subscribe, try again laterInvalid EmailA group of armed masked men have hijacked a bus and set it on fire in Belfast as Eleventh Night chaos broke out around the city.One of the thugs was carrying a gun as a series of separate serious incidents erupted, with parts of a suspected pipe bomb found in the east of the city.Belfast City Airport put passengers on high alert over “reports of a device outside” on the Sydenham bypass.Cops also responded to claims missiles were thrown and tyres were set alight as tensions continue to rise in east Belfast, according to The Mirror .Woman admits killing dad after body was found in her back gardenThere is no suggestion all the incidents are linked but the trouble falls on Eleventh Night, an annual Ulster Protestant celebration when bonfires are traditionally lit.East Belfast UVF earlier said it “intended to orchestrate serious disorder” against police officers.The Police Service for Northern Ireland tweeted: “Police are currently in attendance after a bus was set on fire in the Westwinds Estate this evening.”At around 7.30pm it was reported that a number of masked men, one carrying a suspected firearm, hijacked the bus in Blenheim Drive before setting it on fire.”Police tweeted: “Police remain in Cluan Pl and Clandeboye Dv areas of east Belfast following reports of a loud bang earlier.”The remnants of what is believed to be viable pipe bomb type device have been found in Clandeboye Dv.”We ask for patience and support as police work to make area safe.”The explosion was described by a Sinn Fin councillor as “a sectarian attack”.A resident of the street, Louise McCann, said there were children playing in the street who were “hysterical” after the device exploded.”I actually thought the children were dead, they were hysterical, all of them, the whole place was hysterical,” she told the BBC.”It was the most frightening experience of my whole life.”Tyres in a road in a road in the Newtownards area have been set on fire in another incident police are attending.”Police are asking motorists to avoid the Messines Road in Newtownards at this time while they deal with a number of burning tyres that are blocking the road,” cops tweeted.Earlier today, officers received reports of missiles being thrown and a loud bang was apparently heard.”Police remain in attendance at Cluan Place in support of contractors. Police have received reports that a number of missiles have been thrown in the area and are investigating reports of a loud bang,” police said.”We would ask for your patience and support as police work to make the area safe.”Earlier, they said: “We are currently in Cluan Place supporting contractors who are removing bonfire materials that pose a risk to buildings in the area. The operation is necessary to protect homes and residents, and will be completed as quickly as possible.”.