Authorities rain flooded the Irish capital declared emergency mode

Authorities rain flooded the Irish capital declared emergency modeDublin authorities have declared in a state of emergency after a Monday during incessant rain in the Irish capital had the monthly rainfall, reports BBC Radio and Television BBC.
As a result of the shower two rivers flowing through Dublin — Dodder and Camac — burst their banks, flooding many areas of the city.
After the announcement of emergency city council sent rescue teams to evacuate the residents of the affected buildings and work on abstraction of water from the city.
In the capital of Ireland canceled trains linking Dublin with Belfast, practically paralyzed ferry and closed the city airport.
Forecasters warned that the situation in the city, facing the Irish Sea, can be complicated, because on Monday night is expected to unusually strong tide.

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