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Crews working to restore power after Storm Kathleen

ESB Networks has said that approximately 2,000 customers remain without power after strong winds from Storm Kathleen caused disruption across Ireland yesterday.

A spokesperson said repair crews have been working since early morning to fix the damage and hope to have power restored to most customers by this later morning or early afternoon.

It comes as Met Éireann yesterday issued Status Yellow wind warnings for three counties until this afternoon.

A warning for Donegal, Mayo and west Galway is in place until 4pm today.

Yesterday, the SSE Airtricity Men’s Premier Division meeting between Sligo Rovers and Galway United was postponed due to health and safety concerns brought on by Storm Kathleen.

Stena Line cancelled its crossings between Dublin and Holyhead due to the adverse weather conditions.

Irish Ferries also cancelled sailings in both directions between Rosslare and Pembroke.

While its Cherbourg, France, to Dublin ferry was cancelled.

Belfast Harbour Police set up cordons around Titanic Belfast after the roof was damaged

In Belfast, the city’s main tourist attraction had to close due to storm damage.

Belfast Harbour Police set up cordons around Titanic Belfast after the roof was damaged by high winds.

People already in the attraction were ushered out a side door and away from the attraction.

The interpretative centre is the most popular visitor centre in Belfast and regularly draws a large crowd.

Six flights were cancelled at Dublin Airport yesterday to and from Amsterdam, London, Paris and the US as a result of the storm.

More than a dozen other shorter flights to regional locations in the UK were also cancelled.

The Doolin Ferry Company in Co Clare has cancelled all ferries until Monday.


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