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GALLERY: Dublin under water after torrential rainfall

A gallery of readers’ photos from the heavy flooding in Dublin and the east.

PARTS OF DUBLIN are underwater tonight as Dublin City Council and South Dublin County Council invoke an emergency response plan to the extreme weather that has engulfed the city.

Road closures are in effect across the city and residents are reporting their houses being flooded and drains overflowing. A number of them are posting pictures and videos on Twitter and YouTube. Head here for the latest information.

Here’s just a few of the photos that have been sent in by our readers this evening:

GALLERY: Dublin under water after torrential rainfall
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  • N4 Floods

  • N4 Floods

  • N4 Floods

  • Botanic Avenue, Drumcondra

  • Coast Road, Malahide

  • Raheny

  • Gordon Street, Dublin 4

  • Newbridge Road, Sandymount

  • Lady's Lane, Old Kilmainham

  • Dundrum Bypass

  • Dundrum Bypass

  • Dundrum Bypass

  • Dundrum Bypass

  • Collapsed wall at Coyningham Road, Islandbridge

  • Collapsed wall at Coyningham Road, Islandbridge

  • Entrance stiles to Phoenix Park

  • Entrance stiles to Phoenix Park

  • Islandbridge

  • Carrickmines

  • N11

  • Wolfe Tone Quay

  • Bath Avenue

  • Crumlin

  • Samuel Beckett Bridge

  • Gordon St, Dublin 4

  • Gordon St, Dublin 4

  • Gordon St, Dublin 4

  • Gordon St, Dublin 4

  • Gordon St, Dublin 4

  • Camac River, Kilmainham

  • Kearns Place, Kilmainham

  • Dundrum village

  • Dublin's Quays

  • Lower Rathmines Road

  • Rathmines

More to follow…

Here, also, is a video taken by Stephen Church of the flooding in Dundrum Town Centre this evening:

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