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Sliabh Bawn visitors warned of ice falling from wind turbines  

Credit:  Sunday, December 11, 2022 | roscommonherald.ie ~~

The Sliabh Bawn mountains.

Visitors to Sliabh Bawn are being warned of the risk of ice falling from the wind turbines on the mountain.

The recent cold spell has resulted in ice forming on the turbines and as the sun prompts a thaw, there is an increased risk of ice falling from the turbines’ blades.

The Sliabh Bawn Community Amenity Group has advised anyone visiting the mountain to take extreme care and caution over the course of the cold spell, especially around the turbines and hard stands of the towers.

Source:  Sunday, December 11, 2022 | roscommonherald.ie

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