Snow clearing works on R397 Longford-Ballymahon road and at Corina cross. Photo: Twitter Longford County Council @longfordcoco
There is a mammoth clean up operation underway in Longford in the aftermath of #StormEmma.
Soldiers are assisting Longford County Council personnel to clear snow off the streets of Ballymahon.
While Erica O'Meara tweeted this video to show her appreciation for the efforts of the person that was working to clear the road at Gurteen, Ballymahon.
Erica said of her video, "THANK YOU to whoever was behind the wheel just now in Gurteen Ballymahon. 2 hours and counting!"
THANK YOU to whoever was behind the wheel just now in Gurteen Ballymahon. 2 hours and counting! ❤#irishfarmers #defenceforces#BeastFromTheEast#StormEmma#gurteenballymahon@Longford_Leader @BallymahonTT @farmersjournal @ModFarm@defenceforces pic.twitter.com/IjN9qk0CF3— erica omeara (@erica_omeara) March 4, 2018
Day 4 #sneachta - 80 troops from Custume Barracks Athlone deployed on clean up tasks in Athlone Longford Portlaoise & Portarlington assisting local authorities today. Also assisting @HSELive with patient runs @defenceforces #communitysupport pic.twitter.com/iRObL9mHmg— Johnny Whittaker (@Rushveala) March 4, 2018
Longford county council are currently working with the Army in Ballymahon clearing footpaths on the main street and at the schools for business to resume as normmal tomorrow. #StormEmma @merrionstreet— Longford Co. Council (@longfordcoco) March 4, 2018
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