Dublin's newest bridge is keeping people awake at night!
A new €550,000 bridge in Ireland, which is keeping residents awake at night because of its capacity to "whistle", has drawn a number of complaints from nearby families to the local council.
The bridge over the River Dodder between Firhouse and Tallaght in Dublin has led to a number of correspondences to South Dublin County Council, which has called in a firm of engineers to examine the "Whistling Bridge".
The Evening Herald reports local councillor Brendan Ferron as saying it seemed quite a quirky issue, but people were annoyed because they couldn’t sleep with the racket it caused in windy conditions.
The steel bridge - for pedestrians and cyclists - spans 52-metres across the river, and was opened four months ago.
The company which designed the steel suspension bridge has been asked to fix the problem.