Cork streets reopen after building worries

Tuesday 14 May 2013 18.40
Cork City Council has confirmed that there is no immediate danger
Cork City Council has confirmed that there is no immediate danger

Cork City Council has confirmed that there is no immediate danger after concerns were raised about the safety of two buildings on South Main Street.

City Fire Service along with engineers from the ESB attended the scene, while council engineers examined the roof of the two buildings.

Streets that were shut down due to the concerns, including sections of Washington Street, South Main Street and Liberty Street, have reopened.