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Council issues flood evacuation warning

first_imgEmail Twitter LIMERICK County Council has advised customers living close to flood prone areas along the Lower River Shannon to familiarise themselves with evacuation procedures. Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up The Local Authority has warned of further flooding along the lower River Shannon owing to increasing levels of water in the Shannon system.  It said unprecedented rainfall levels and resultant record flooding along the River Shannon necessitated an increase in the amount of water that had to be released at Parteen Weir by the ESB.   The discharge levels at the ESB weir had been growing in recent days and resulted in the unavoidable release of higher volumes of water downstream this afternoon.Limerick County Council is advising customers from Montpelier downstream to Limerick City to familiarise themselves with a number of actions, as outlined on www.flooding.ie.  The actions that can be undertaken immediately prior to a flood to reduce damages and protect you and your family include:Advance Preparations:.    Be prepared to evacuate your home or business. Protect yourself, your family and others that need your help..    Have warm clothing and wellingtons ready. .    Have medication to hand (if needed)..    Put sandbags at any openings where the water could gain access..    Move your car to high ground if possible..    Have your mobile phone charged.    Listen to all public alerts issued by the Local Authority or emergency servicesActions to take if being evacuated:.    Turn off gas and electricity..    Disconnect cookers, washing machines, dishwashers, etc., connected by rigid pipes to prevent damaging the machine and the pipes..    Store any electrical items upstairs or above flood level..    Co-operate with emergency services and local authorities. You may be evacuated to emergency centres.     Close off the flow valves on propane tanks, oil drums, or other fuel containers that supply your home through pipes and fittings..    Move valuables and other items to safety. Place them above the flood level or upstairs. (It may be preferable to routinely store such items safely upstairs or on high shelves)..    Roll up carpets and rugs and place them out of harms way..    Empty furniture that cannot be moved and put the contents upstairs. .    Raise furniture that cannot be moved elsewhere on bricks or blocks. Move these pieces away from walls to assist the drying later. If pieces are too difficult to lift weigh   them down with a heavy object to prevent them floating and causing damage to windows, etc..    Remove curtains if there is time, if not tie them over the curtain rail..    Remove cabinet doors and internal doors if time allows, if not leave them open..    Unplug any exterior electrical connections such as outdoor lighting, pond pumps and filters. Advertisement Linkedin WhatsAppcenter_img Facebook Print NewsLocal NewsCouncil issues flood evacuation warningBy admin – November 24, 2009 509 Previous articleShoebar and transponder key cutting servicesNext articleSport vs reality TV adminlast_img read more

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Dominican Court grants order to serve Thomson Fontaine

first_imgLocalNews Dominican Court grants order to serve Thomson Fontaine by: – January 16, 2012 Share Tweet 30 Views   2 comments Sharecenter_img Sharing is caring! Share Dr. Thomson Fontaine. Photo credit: dominicacentral.comJustice Brian Cottle on Thursday granted an order to attorneys representing Prime Minister Roosevelt Skerrit to serve Dr. Thomson Fontaine with a claim form and statement of claim filed last year outside of Dominica. On 29th December, 2011 the legal team representing Prime Minister Roosevelt Skerrit filed a claim against Dr. Fontaine for defamation and malicious falsehood on the internet. It was reported by Dr. Fontaine that the Prime Minister had been involved in the sale of Dominican passports in circumstances which the Prime Minister considered to be false. When the claim form was filed, the attorneys representing the Prime Minister communicated with Dr. Fontaine via email requesting that he consents to service via email. That request was never replied to therefore a Court order was sought for service to be effected on him outside of Dominica, more specifically in the United States where he resides. The law requires that there must be personal service of a claim form and there must also be proof of service. The Court ordered on Thursday that “Leave be granted to the Claimant to serve out of jurisdiction the Claim Form and Statement of Claim on the First Defendant [Thomson Fontaine] at the following address: 9615 Kings Grant Road, Laurel MD, 20723 U.S.A or at such other place in the United States of America as he may be found”. The Order further states that “the Defendant is to file and serve an acknowledgment of service within 35 days of service of the Claim Form and the Statement of Claim and a defence within 56 days of service of the Claim Form and Statement of Claim”. Dominica Vibes Newslast_img read more

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Area Boys Basketball Scores

first_imgWRBI Area Boys Basketball Scores.Wednesday (2-25)East Central  44     Franklin County  20Lawrenceburg  48     Harrison  34Risin Sun  36     Jac-Cen-Del  35  (2-OT)Shelbyville  81     Hauser  57edinburgh  55     Southwestern Shelby  45last_img

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Mason City man injured after car collides with train

first_imgMASON CITY — A Mason City man was taken to the hospital for treatment after a collision with a train early Monday morning. The Mason City Police Department says they were called shortly after 1:45 AM to the 500 block of 6th Southwest, where a vehicle driven by 42-year-old Matthew Bernhardt was involved in a crash with a Union Pacific train traveling northbound. Bernhardt was taken to MercyOne-North Iowa Medical Center and treated for injuries. Mason City police are still investigating the incident at this time.last_img

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