Fire crews in Dublin had been known as out on Tuesday night time to cope with flooding attributable to an “open hydrant” in Tallaght, to the south-west of the town. Dublin Fire Brigade tweeted at 10.23pm right now (Tuesday) that the incident may have been worse.
The flooding affected a considerable stretch of street within the residential space, protecting the street and grass verges main as much as the gates and pathways to homes.
The hearth brigade’s social media publish said: “Firefighters dealing with an open hydrant in #Tallaght tonight. Unfortunately this can lead to flooding and also damage essential firefighting equipment.”
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