Irish Times cover story: Bathtub overflow covers
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A bathtub filled with water and debris that collapsed during Hurricane Matthew has been covered in a bathtub flood cover.
The Irish Times has published an article on the cover of the Sunday edition of the Irish Times that shows the bathtub covered in the cover.
According to the Irish Herald Tribune, the cover was bought at a yard sale in the coastal town of Lough Galway, near Dublin.
The story, entitled Bathtub Flood Cover: The Bathtub that Covered a Flood, said the flood cover is made from two pieces of foam, which are glued together and then rolled up in a tube to form the cover for a bath.
The cover was made by a firm in Lough Gavan, Co Meath.
The news comes after a similar flood cover was unveiled by the Irish Water Authority (IWA) at its annual conference in Dublin.
In the first instance, a bathwater burst in a hotel room in County Donegal last month, flooding the entire floor of the building.
The IWA said the cover did not contain any “unnatural or harmful substances” and that the agency was taking the issue seriously.
The agency also said it was taking steps to ensure that bathtubs and other tubs in buildings that could be affected by water overflow would not be left to overflow during the event.
The floods have been blamed on heavy rainfall across the region.
A bathtub filled with water and debris that collapsed during Hurricane Matthew has been covered in a bathtub flood cover.The…
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