[Pics] Floods Cause Damage To Exterior And Interior Of Pub In Wexford

Both the inside and outside of a pub in Wexford has been damaged by the floods…

There has been various reports across the county of flooding.

One premises that has unfortunately seen water damage is Mary Jo’s pub in the Barntown area of Co. Wexford.

Wexford Bridge - Collapse
Wexford Bridge - Collapse

The heartbroken owners shared the news on their social media channel today, also informing that their premises will be closed for the foreseeable future until the water damage is assessed.

“Unfortunately Mary Jo’s has had a devastating flood today. We are saddened to say that we will have to close our doors until damage is assessed. We hope to have more update information in the new year,” the owners said in a Facebook post.

It could emerge that Mary Jo’s Pub in Barntown is just one of many premises badly hit by water damage as a result of the Christmas Day weather.

Weather warnings are in place across the country, and floods have been reported in an array of places across County Wexford too, which is currently under a Yellow Warning.

The Wexford County Council have urged people to avoid any unnecessary journeys.

A video, uploaded by Marc Stafford today, also shows the extent of the flooding in Little Cullenstown in the Foulksmills area of Wexford as a bridge had completely collapsed.

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