Storm Georgina, the latest storm-force winds to whip across Dublin, has passed after causing little damage but a bit of stir in one part of town.
Dublin Fire Brigade received what it referred to as an "unusual call" during last night's high winds.
When officers arrived at the scene in Phibsborough, they found a trampoline... stuck several feet up in the air.
Firefighters said the trampoline was in a "precarious position", but managed to remove it and make the scene safe.
After #StormGeorgina firefighters from Phibsborough attended a trampoline in a precarious position near power lines. @ESBNetworks have now made the scene safe #Dublin #fire ðŸ“¸ D Whelan pic.twitter.com/st9R60ex2L
— Dublin Fire Brigade (@DubFireBrigade) January 24, 2018
A yellow wind warning was in place until 9 this morning as Storm Georgina moved across the country.
A number of trees were reported fallen, the Port Tunnel had to be closed for a time overnight and drivers were warned to take extra care in high winds.