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Bystanders said it was luck that the child was not swept away. "The little boy almost got washed into the harbour," an eyewitness told the Herald. Meanwhile, John Leech, chief executive of Irish Water Safety, urged the public to stay a safe distance from stormy seas. "We have had instances of the Coastguard having louis vuitton agenda refill 2013 to rescue people from piers," he said. "We don't want that continuing." Mr Leech also urged people wishing to photograph spectacular waves not to put themselves "in jeopardy". Camera enthusiasts should use telephoto lens to photograph stormy scenes from a safe distance, he added. A Dublin City Council spokesman said there was no significant flooding in the city yesterday and no road closures. The wooden bridge from Clontarf to Bull Island was closed on Saturday due to high waves, but it stayed open yesterday. Flood gates will remain in position on the Tolka and Dodder rivers for the rest of this week. Sandbags will also remain along the seafront at Clontarf as a precaution. And water pumps are in position at strategic locations in case they are needed. Property owners in Clontarf and Sandymount were advised to have flood protection measures in place to protect homes. Limerick, Clare, Cork, Waterford and Kerry suffered the worst damage with louis vuitton bags on sale amazon records set for rainfall and floods. And gale force winds, heavy rain and new high tides are all expected tonight despite the relative calm this afternoon, Met Eireann said. Experts added that Ireland was facing another fortnight of torment thanks to a "storm factory" in the Atlantic. Cold polar air pressing against warn tropical air hundreds of miles off the coast has created the perfect storm conditions. The next storm brewing at sea will land later today and last into tomorrow, with another to follow on Friday and Saturday. "There's effectively a storm factory over the Atlantic, caused by cold polar air pressing up against warm air," said Dr Andrew Barrett, from Reading University. Where gets hit next, depends on the wind direction when the storm lands, said Met Eireann. "The south coast was worst affected in recent days because the prevailing winds are from the south," it added. Finance Minister Michael Noonan and OPW minister Brian Hayes travelled to Limerick to see the devastation caused by the weekend floods and to meet residents of St Mary's Park, which remained under water last night. Although the water level has dropped a little, homes and cars are still submerged. A tidal surge louis vuitton handbag amazon uk warning with 5m swells has been issued for Cork this evening, adding to the destruction caused in the city yesterday, where traders were facing their third flood clean up in four weeks after the River Lee burst its banks. Flooding almost cut the Kilmeaden to Carrick on Suir road while Tramore was left counting the cost of further storm damage as the promenade was left underwater. Just three weeks ago, Tramore's Strand Road suffered major damage when storms breached sea walls and created a giant sink hole in the roadways. Such was the scale of the surge and torrential rainfall that other fake louis vuitton leather bracelet towns and villages including Passage East, Ballyhack, Cheekpoint and Arthurstown were left flooded. Fianna F environment spokesman Barry Cowen has called on the Government to outline what steps have been taken to secure EU funding for relief works. "This is the second bout of extreme weather to hammer parts of the country since Christmas," Mr Cowen said.
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