Problems at Longford estate "simply unbelievable" - MEP

Immediate action needs to be taken with regard to the health and safety of residents of a County Longford housing estate where poisonous gas caused an explosion, an MEP has said.

15th October, 2012
The Glenn Riada estate in Longford.

Immediate action needs to be taken with regard to the health and safety of residents of a County Longford housing estate where poisonous gas caused an explosion, an MEP has said.

"The problems in this estate are simply unbelievable," said independent MEP Marian Harkin of the problems in the Glenn Riada estate in Longford Town. "It is built on a flood plain, sewage pipes are leaking and poisonous and explosive gas is seeping into family...

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