Widespread flooding in Ulster sees road closures
Published 17/08/2008 | 06:40
Torrential rain has caused widespread flooding in the North, with rivers bursting their banks and landslides.
Two bridges have collapsed and 37 major roads have been shut down.
Belfast was the worst hit, and several people had to be helped from their homes.
A severe weather warning remains in place across the country, with heavy downpours expected again later today.