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Clean-up begins for devastated flood-damaged communities across Ireland

The highest tide on record impacted Dublin city today. The River Liffey burst its banks earlier this afternoon near Guinness Storehouse and Heuston Station, choking up traffic on the quays

Flooded seawater encroached on businesses in Clontarf, Dublin at high tide, breaking past the sea wall

Millions of euro worth of damage caused in Lahinch in Co Clare by the rushing ocean

Salthill in Galway was hit badly by rising waters, along with parts of Mayo suffering extensive damage. Galway docks and the area around the Spanish Arch were also flooded. Motorists and walkers are still to avoid the Promenade in Salthill

Flooding at the East Link toll bridge in Dublin caused it to be closed this afternoon

Parts of Cork city were badly hit last night by rising waters from the River Lee - a number of homes had to be evacuated.

Businesses and homes in the main street in Foynes in Co. Limerick were damaged because of flooding from the Shannon Estuary.

A national clean-up has begun for devastated flood-damaged communities across Ireland.

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