Storm warning — dangerous conditions as trees fallen on roads throughout region

There are reports of dangerous situations on roads in the region this evening because of fallen trees and debris.

A number of trees have fallen on the N59 Sligo to Ballina Road.

One is on the Sligo side of Beltra and another at the junction with the road to Coolaney.

Gardai in Tubbercurry are warning of a number of trees down on roads from Tubbercurry to Gurteen, to Charlestown and to Ballina.

They are also warning of extensive debris on the N17 between Ballinacarrow and Tubbercurry, mostly outside Ballinacarrow.

Meanwhile, outside Riverstown, at Emlagh, a tree has fallen onto the road which goes past the garda station in the village.

A tree is also down at Cooper’s Hill, near Riverstown, and at Mullaghroe, near Gurteen.

A tree has also fallen on the road between Boyle and Gurteen and on Cemetery Road in Tubbercurry.

Meanwhile, Manorhamilton gardai say road conditions are also bad in their area with trees down near Drumkeerin, Dromahair and Killargue.

Sligo gardai also advise extreme caution on roads because of fallen debris and floods.

Motorists are urged to drive with care on these and all roads in the region this evening and tonight.