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    Embassy of the United States of America

    Dublin, Ireland

    December 3, 2009


    Following an extended period of rainfall and severe weather conditions, flood response efforts continue across a number of counties in Ireland. Furthermore, heavy rain and high tides are expected to peak beginning Wednesday, December 2, through Saturday, December 5 and result in an increase in water levels in areas currently affected by flooding, especially County Clare. The current major areas affected include Clare, Cork, Galway, Limerick, and Roscommon. It has also been reported that Carlow, Kildare and Tipperary are being affected by the severe floods. The Health Services Executive (HSE) has advised people living in flood-affected areas to protect their health when using emergency water supplies and to take precautions in cleaning up safely after floods. The local authorities are working with An Garda Siochana, Civil Defence, the HSE, and the Army Services to ensure that the necessary action is taken.

    For more information from the HSE, please refer to the following website: HSE.ie - Health Service Executive Website - Help and Advice for Flood Victims

    Please see the details below for additional information from the local authorities in the affected areas.

    County Cork

    The affected flood areas in Cork have reportedly been reconnected to the main water supplies. However, councils in the areas are conducting water quality tests to ensure that the floods have not contaminated the water supplies. For more up-to-date information, please refer to the Cork County Council’s website: Home - Cork County Council - Homepage.


    Cork City

    In Cork City, the City Council continues to restore the main water supply to households affected by the consequences of the recent flooding in Cork City. Affected households north of the River Lee – North Channel have had their supply restored; however, work is ongoing in some small areas in the north side of the city. A number of areas on the south side of the city are without water or are experiencing intermittent supply or low pressure. The City Council advises that consumers who do not have a clean main water supply at a steady pressure should not use washing machines, dishwashers, pumped showers, etc.

    As the supply of piped water returns on a phased basis, Cork City Council, in consultation with the HSE, has lifted its Boil Water Notice in certain areas. Please refer to its website, Welcome to Cork City Council, Cork City Local Authority, Cork, Ireland., for the detailed map outlining the areas in Cork City where Boil Water Notices are still in place. The emergency FREEFONE helpline number is 1.800.283.034 (8:00am–10:00pm); the 24-hour emergency number is 021.496.6512. For more information please refer to Cork City Council’s website: Welcome to Cork City Council, Cork City Local Authority, Cork, Ireland..

    Galway

    In Galway, a Boil Water Notice was issued after it was reported that water supplies were contaminated with animal and human waste as a result of the flooding. It has been reported that it may take a number of weeks for engineers to work on repairing the damage. For more information, please refer to Galway County Council’s website: www.galway.ie. In cases of emergencies relating to flooding, please call 091.509.309.

    Roscommon

    Roscommon County Council advised consumers that due to the current flooding situation, as a precautionary measure, it is advisable to boil water before use until further notice. Emergency telephone numbers are listed on its website: Roscommon County Council Contact Information.


    Limerick and Clare

    Limerick County Council and Clare County Council confirmed that a precautionary Boil Water Notice was put in place in Montpelier, O’Briensbridge and Bridgetown.

    For residents of Limerick, further information and advice is available at the following phone numbers: 061.496.326 (9.30am–4.30pm, Monday–Friday), 061.419.226 or 087.629.5167 (after-hours). A Boil Water Notice was issued for the southeast regional water supply area last week and is still in place.

    Clare County Council has repeated its flood risk warning for all parts of the county. Despite reporting a slight drop in water levels in recent days, further rainfall is expected within the next three days. The Council advised that its Crisis Management Centre would once again become fully operational within a half hour should conditions deteriorate significantly over the coming days. In the interim, an after-hours emergency number, 087.416.9496, has been set up by Clare County Council. For more information, please refer to its website: Clare County Council - Home.

    For more information relating to the flooding, please refer to the relevant county website or contact the local authorities in the relevant counties. For more information on the roads affected by the floods, please refer to the information on the AA website: AA Roadwatch : Home.


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    Its not as bad as its made out. There's one grand dry spot left...



    Just ask Ex P for the keys...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Quarterpoundher View Post
    Its not as bad as its made out. There's one grand dry spot left...



    Just ask Ex P for the keys...
    The lifts are out of order......she'll have to use the stairs. Remind us EP, how many floors does that building have?

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    How many floors? He knows how many steps I'd say

    Many steps up, just one to come down

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    The first floors are usually fully submerged, the second may or may not have water higher than the bed (if you like having sex underwater, it could be great), anything from the third floor up is grand though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nicegirlsarenice View Post
    The first floors are usually fully submerged, the second may or may not have water higher than the bed (if you like having sex underwater, it could be great), anything from the third floor up is grand though.
    Well that's ok then.......EP is generally to be found on the top floor trying to access the roof.....it's good to know that he's safe and sound.

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    off topic........

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    I sympathise with all those in Cork and elsewhere that's under flood. But I hope this means all the escorts will go up North. No danger of flooding here. Were very high up here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by experienced punter View Post
    off topic........
    Wettest thread ever

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    Quote Originally Posted by Quarterpoundher View Post
    Wettest thread ever
    Now, that's a thought, If I did cum, I wouldn't have to bring any KY jelly with me

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