Snow in Ukraine: restricted traffic, canceled flights

Source : 112 Ukraine

More than 20 centimeters of snow has fallen in Ivano-Frankivsk region. In Kyiv heavy snowfalls are expected at night
17:51, 13 November 2016

Today, on November 13 authorities temporarily restricted traffic on public roads in different regions of Ukraine due to the heavy snowfalls. It is reported by Ukravtodor Information Centre.

Lviv region

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"On November 13, in order to preserve the health and lives of road users, to avoid traffic congestion and clearing roads of snow we temporarily restricted traffic on the public roads in the Lviv region", - said in a statement.

Ivano-Frankivsk region

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There, classes in schools were canceled because of snowfall, reports the press service of Regional State Administration.

Note that in the night more than 20 centimeters of snow has fallen in Ivano-Frankivsk region.

Carpathian region

In addition, State Emergency Service noted that due to the worsening of weather conditions in Carpathian region without electricity remained 12 power lines completely and 5 partially and 13 settlements completely and 24 partially, and 228 transformer substations.

Kyiv region

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In Kyiv heavy snowfalls expected at night. It is reported by Kyiv City State Administration.

Administration urges drivers, if possible, not to use personal vehicles due to bad weather. In addition, car owners urged not to leave their cars on the roadsides - if parked on the roadway vehicle will interfere snowplows to work, cars will be evacuated.


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At the international airport "Lviv" of Danylo Galitsky canceled 4 flights - one to Kyiv, two flights to Istanbul and one to Madrid.

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