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Donegal beach submerged in foam after storm

2 February 2014 Last updated at 12:42 GMT

A beach off the west coast of Ireland has been submerged in sea foam, after it was battered by a violent storm.

Up to seven feet of foam was whipped up by high tides and gale force winds reaching 60mph (90km/h) at Bundoran, County Donegal. Footage shows it blowing right across the usually sandy sea front.

The beach is a popular spot with surfers from the around the world, but it has been left completely inaccessible by the recent bad weather.

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