A West Cork road, which suffered significant damage during floods in August, has re-opened.
The Ceim Hill Rosscarbery L8363-0 road was closed for a number of weeks.
Cork County Council said a number of works were carried out on the road - the damaged road surface was removed and a new storm drainage system was installed to replace the existing damaged system.
Ceim Hill Rosscarbery L8363-0 re-opened again after severe flood damage in August.— Cork County Council (@Corkcoco) October 3, 2020
Works carried out: removal of damaged road surface, installation of new storm drainage system to replace existing damaged system & full road re-construction & resurfacing.#ACTCorkCounty pic.twitter.com/dH7jnkGSFJ
In a tweet, the local authority said a full road reconstruction and resurfacing has also been carried out and the route is now open.