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Northern Ireland traffic: Botanic Avenue in Belfast closed due to fallen tree

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General views of a tree that has fallen at the Robbs Road Dundonald, Belfast ,as Storm Ali batters the province. Picture by Leah Matthews Press Eye ©

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  • Botanic Avenue in Belfast is closed from University Square to University Street due to a fallen tree in the area - motorists advised to seek alternative main routes for their journey

  • M1 Motorway has reopened after fallen cables forced its earlier closure.

  • Storm Ali: Woman dies after caravan blown off cliff - power cuts sweep Northern Ireland

  • Motorists advised to exercise extreme caution in the adverse weather conditions. Police are advising motorists to stay in their vehicles.

  • Crash on the A2 Bangor Road blocking 1 lane close to the Ulster Folk and Transport Museum
  • Foyle Bridge, Derry/Londonderry is closed due to adverse weather conditions. Seek alternative routes.

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    General views of a tree that has fallen at the Robbs Road Dundonald, Belfast ,as Storm Ali batters the province. Picture by Leah Matthews Press Eye ©
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    Wednesday 19th September 2018 Mandatory Credit - Picture by Leah Matthews Press Eye © General views of a tree that has fallen at the Robbs Road Dundonald, Belfast ,as Storm Ali batters the province.
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    Wednesday 19th September 2018 Mandatory Credit - Picture by Leah Matthews Press Eye © General views of a tree that has fallen at the Robbs Road Dundonald, Belfast ,as Storm Ali batters the province.
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    Wednesday 19th September 2018 Mandatory Credit - Picture by Leah Matthews Press Eye © General views of a tree that has fallen at the Robbs Road Dundonald, Belfast ,as Storm Ali batters the province.
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    A fallen tree hits a lorry on Osbourne Park near the Lisburn Road in Belfast during the heavy winds on Wednesday. Pic Colm Lenaghan /Pacemaker
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    19th September 2018 General views of a tree that has fallen at the Albert Clock in Belfast as Storm Ali batters the province. Mandatory Credit © Presseye/Stephen Hamilton
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    19th September 2018 General views of a tree that has fallen at the Albert Clock in Belfast as Storm Ali batters the province. Mandatory Credit © Presseye/Stephen Hamilton
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    Pacemaker Press 19/08/2018 A fallen tree hits a oil lorry on Osbourne Park near the Lisburn Road in Belfast during the heavy winds on Wednesday. Thirty-two thousand homes across Northern Ireland are without electricity as Storm Ali intensifies. An amber weather warning is in place and wind gusts of up to 65mph are expected inland. Higher gusts are likely in the north west and north coast. The storm is due to reach its peak before 12:00 BST. Pic Colm Lenaghan /Pacemaker
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    Clear up begins in Bedford Street Belfast as storm Ali takes it's toll. Pic Freddie Parkinson Presseye
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    Mandatory Credit - Picture by Freddie Parkinson/Press Eye © Clear up begins in Bedford Street Belfast as storm Ali takes it's toll.
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    Mandatory Credit - Picture by Freddie Parkinson/Press Eye © Lorry hit by falling tree on Osbourne Park, Belfast. Driver was taken to hospital with minor injuries.
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    Mandatory Credit - Picture by Freddie Parkinson/Press Eye © Lorry hit by falling tree on Osbourne Park, Belfast. Driver was taken to hospital with minor injuries.
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    Belfast City council closes public parks across the city due to adverse weather conditions as Storm Ali hits Northern Ireland. Picture by Jonathan Porter/PressEye
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    Press Eye - Belfast - Northern Ireland - 19th September 2018 Belfast City council closes public parks across the city due to adverse weather conditions as Storm Ali hits Northern Ireland. Picture by Jonathan Porter/PressEye
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    PACEMAKER BELFAST 19/9/2018 The m1 near Lisburn is a standstill due to fallen cable which closed the motorway in both direction causing major delays to motorists. Photo Colm Lenaghan/Pacemaker Press
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    Press Eye - Belfast - Northern Ireland - 19th September 2018 Belfast City council closes public parks across the city due to adverse weather conditions as Storm Ali hits Northern Ireland. Picture by Jonathan Porter/PressEye
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    A tree down on the main A44 into Ballycastle. Pic Ben Tucker
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    19th September 2018 General views of Carrickfergus as Storm Ali batters the County Antrim coastline Mandatory Credit © Presseye/Stephen Hamilton
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    Alan Lewis - PhotopressBelfast.co.uk 19/9/2018 Mandatory Credit - Picture by Graham Curry Strong winds on the Ards peninsula this morning as Storm Ali hits the Portaferry Road on the outskirts of Newtownards in Co. Down
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    Mandatory Credit - Picture by Freddie Parkinson/Press Eye © M1 Motorway is closed westbound from Black's Road Dunmurry and east bound from Saintfield Road due to fallen cables. Motorists should seek alternative routes. Saintfield Road is also closed at the junction of the old Ballynahinch Road due to a fallen tree. Motorists are advised to exercise extreme caution in adverse weather conditions. Police are advising motorists to stay in their vehicles.