06 Oct 2022

UPDATED: Power restored to Carlow homes after Storm Callum brought gusts of over 100km/h

There were reports of trees and debris on the roads

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Power outages were affecting areas in Carlow

Power has been restored in Carlow after Storm Callum hit Ireland on Thursday night with gusts of over 100km/h recorded in the Dolmen County. 

Motorists are advised to drive carefully after there were reports of trees down and debris on Carlow roads. 

Carlow/Kilkenny Gardai said: "Please exercise caution on roads. There are a lot of leaves and small branches displaced and scattered across roads.

"These would effect your ability to brake so reduce your speed. Allow extra time for your journey."

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