Fire Service Responds To Clondalkin Flooding

Dublin Fire Service has been helping residents in Clondalkin after a water main burst and flooded the area.

It is understood that a number of residents have been evacuated while others have been trapped in the upstairs of the homes due to the water.

The fire service has said that is is working on fixing the burst main, adding that no one "is in any real danger".


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