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Flood fears as water levels rise in Ireland

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Image: Floods in Mallow

Flooding following heavy rain is continuing to cause problems in the south and east of the country.

Cork and Kilkenny are the worst affected.

In Fermoy, Ashe Quay is closed to traffic, and gardaí say water levels are rising. There is a danger of the Blackwater bursting its banks when the tide comes in.

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