13 November 2023

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Business owners in Clarinbridge label storm damage as “horror show”

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Business owners in Clarinbridge label storm damage as “horror show”

Business owners in Clarinbridge are labelling the storm damage there as a ‘horror show’.

It was one of the worst hit areas in the country by Storm Debi – with flooding in the area destroying premises.

Our reporter Sarah Slevin visited Clarinbridge to talk to business owners in the midst of the clean-up:

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