An entire street in Ireland has been closed after slurry was spilled everywhere
All roads from Tyrone will lead to Croke Park this weekend as the Red Hand County take on Dublin in the All-Ireland final but anyone that's currently passing through Moore Street in Aughnacloy, Co Tyrone, will have to take an alternative route after a massive slurry spill has closed off the area.
The BBC have said that drivers are being advised to avoid Moore Street at its junctions with Dungannon Street and Sydney Street.
JOE reader Fred Sharkey shared some images of the spill and it has definitely put a skid on any travel plans in the area.
As you can see, the spillage isn't confined to the roads as the slurry has been spattered on windows, shop fronts and the various cars in the area.
Yip, some tool, has sprayed the entire town of #aughnacloy with green offal slurry @JOEdotie pic.twitter.com/m5unSVa1RT
— Fred Sharkey (@FredSharkey) August 30, 2018
Police are advising drivers to avoid Moore Street (A5) in #Aughnacloy after reports of a spillage on the road. Moore Street is CLOSED at its junctions with Dungannon Street and Sydney Street
— BBCNI Travel (@BBCNITravel) August 30, 2018
@PSNITraffic adivse Motorists to avoid the Moore Street area of #Aughnacloy Thursday 30th August following a report of a spillage on the road.
The Dungannon Street junction at Moore Street and Sydney Street are currently CLOSED.
— Trafficwatch NI (@TrafficwatchNI) August 30, 2018