Live Incidents In Dublin As Storm Ophelia Lands

Live Incidents In Dublin As Storm Ophelia Lands
Sharron Lynskey
Sharron Lynskey

16 Oct 2017

5:21pm Here's how many incidents Dublin Fire Brigade are dealing with right now

5:20pm Road closures in Carrickmines

5:19pm Fallen branches on Delwood Road

5:18pm - There are fallen lamp posts in Dublin 8

5:17pm - There are trees down on Clyde Road

4:30 Reports of debris on the M50 northbound at J12 Firhouse.

4:28 Hanover Quay and Benson St closed.

4:08 Gardai reporting a number of fallen trees across the city centre.

4:08 A tree has fallen onto a building in Ballsbridge.

4:06 A roof has blown onto a van in Dun Laoghaire.

3:33 Traffic lights are out in certain part of Rathfarnham.

 3:24 Dublin Fire brigade are sending services to clear the entrance to St. James' Hospital.

3:19 A fallen tree is blocking Northwood ave.

3:18pm Gardai warn of a fallen tree in Glenageary blocking traffic.

3:16pm Trees have now been removed from the N7

3:11pm - Watch out for fallen scaffolding on Dorset Street

3:10pm - Fallen trees blocking the entrance to St James' Hospital

3:09pm - Fallen tree and power lines in Walkinstown

3:08pm - Lots of trees fallen on Harrington Street

2:48pm - Listeners in Malahide reporting high winds

2:46pm - Fallen tree on the N81

2:45pm Another fallen tree in Drimnagh

2:44pm - Fallen tree on the Glenageary Road

2:43pm - Large tree blocking traffic on the N7

2:40pm - Extremely windy conditions reported in Greenhills

2:25pm - Dublin Fire Brigade have a map of what incidents they're dealing with in the city. Check it out here.

2:15pm - Reports of very dangerous conditions on Golden Lane

2:12pm - Massive tree down on Leeson Street

2:09pm - Trees down on the N7

2:00pm - Avoid the Tom Clarke Bridge (formally the East Link Toll Bridge)

1:39pm - Tree reportedly down on Cappagh Road

1:23pm - Debris in Milltown

1:22pm - Dublin Fire Brigade report some trees down on Dartry Road:

1:12pm - There are reports of a window hanging dangerously on Windmill Lane: 

1:00pm There are reports of a large tree down in Ranelagh