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    floods!!!!!!!

    crazy around ballyer at the moment ,
    naas roas is fooked aswell

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    http://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fb...type=1&theater dundrum shopping centre.. Seems to be bad all over dublin really

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    heard the camac has burst its banks hope richer doesnt get much damage

    Dublin Fire Brigade says it may have to evacuate some dwellings on Lady Lane in Kilmainham because the Camac River has burst its banks.

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    It has burst its banks, seems pretty bad around inchicore so cant imagine Richer has fared well

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    Insane scenes down in Dundrum!!
    And Brian Kerr is in tears.

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    the river poddle burst its banks aswell

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    Dundrum S.C really has its own Weirs now!!!

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    Few spots around Palmerstown earlier, The bungalow where Dermot's barbers used to be flooded up to from the Garage side
    The Chapo Bypass at 6 was mental, traffic all the way from Palmerstown before the Maxol back to the Eircom building, Cant imagine how long it would have taken to drive up that

    Heard some fella on Adrian Kennedy Saying the Guards asked them to move their cars out of the way of the Camac in Kilmainham at 5 then found their cars where clamped later on... absolute cowboys the DCC are!

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    Just across from Dolphins Barn, near the Fire Station


    The Camac

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    hopefully my shit hole of a school will be closed tomorrow.
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    supposed to lash rain tonight as well and carry through till tomorrow morning.
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    Gaf got flooded. Had to poxy bail out my front hall for about three hours. Poxy weather.

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    Think i just heard someone died from the floods or maybe that was just vincent browne saying people could die.
    Wouldnt mind but their was plan put foward to make the grand canal deeper and they said no point it wont overflow well the inchicore part of the canal is overflowing and theirs a old folks home along the canal just past kellys hope everything is alrite down their.
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    Quote Originally Posted by steward20 View Post
    Think i just heard someone died from the floods or maybe that was just vincent browne saying people could die.
    Wouldnt mind but their was plan put foward to make the grand canal deeper and they said no point it wont overflow well the inchicore part of the canal is overflowing and theirs a old folks home along the canal just past kellys hope everything is alrite down their.


    yeah a cop died apparently. Swept away trying to help people. Tragic

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    thats terrible.

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    Seems he is just missing at moment, no conformation he is dead

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    Quote Originally Posted by Slavia View Post
    Seems he is just missing at moment, no conformation he is dead
    Body found now it seems.

    http://www.irishtimes.com/newspaper/...breaking1.html

    Tragic story, RIP.

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    Very sad, RIP

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    The n4 inbound in closed from Liffey Valley atm.

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    A second tragedy comes to light. Looks like some poor woman got trapped by floods in her basement flat by the Canal in Crumlin. Jesus what a horrible way to die. RIP.

    http://www.thejournal.ie/body-discov...urce=shortlink

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    Fookin hell. Didn't think people would die. Shocking stuff. RIP

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gaz View Post
    A second tragedy comes to light. Looks like some poor woman got trapped by floods in her basement flat by the Canal in Crumlin. Jesus what a horrible way to die. RIP.

    http://www.thejournal.ie/body-discov...urce=shortlink
    No offence meant by previous post apologese to anyone offended.
    Extremely tragic event as previously stated.

    Mods please delete if needs be.
    Last edited by Super Noel Mernagh; 25th October 2011 at 05:32 PM. Reason: Offense caused, not intended.

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    Someone died a funfair near the point, got a smack of the ferris wheel.

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    Could have been asleep our any number of other things, I reckon you shut up anyway, poor woman and her family Edit: For Noel

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    Quote Originally Posted by Super Noel Mernagh View Post
    Terrible that people have died BUT there is something suspicous here.
    Yes the rain was heavy but it was not like a tsunami where this woman would have been quickly trapped in her apartment.
    Surely the water would have built up over a lengthy enough period of time giving anyone time to escape.

    Could be more to this death than meets the eye, tragic all the same RIP
    Easy now calling it suspicious. Could be any number of accidents etc.

    A 35 year old woman has died. The circumstances don't really affect the tragedy for her family

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    The Dundrum Bypass yesterday evening. Ahem.


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