Bridge Street in Newry has been badly affected, with cars several feet under water
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Heavy rain causes flooding across Northern Ireland

Heavy rain has caused flooding across various parts of Northern Ireland on Thursday.

Police described Newry in County Down as "impassable" and advised motorists to use alternative roads on the outskirts of the city if possible.

Parts of Belfast have also been affected by the heavy rain.

Ciara Riddell reports.

  • 13 Nov 2014
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