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  • Flooding in County Cork
     

    River Lee Flooding

    There are a number of locations in County Cork that are at risk of flooding.  Flooding can have a serious impact on communities both economically & socially.   Being aware of the risks during a flood event in your area and being prepared can be vital.  It allows appropriate action to be taken and therefore reducing potential damage to property.  It is not only persons living or working in a flood risk area that should be aware of the risks, the general public also need to be aware of flooding & it's consequences e.g. when driving in a flooded area.

     


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