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400 thousand m3 of snow removed from Moscow streets
2.12.2012 13:39
400 thousand m3 of snow removed from Moscow streets

The Moscow public utilities have taken away 400 thousand cubic meters of snow from the city streets to the melting works for the last twenty four hours, told Igor Pergamenshchik, the press secretary of the Public utilities service to RIA News.


‘Since the start of snowfall 1.13 million cubic meters of snow have been taken away to the melting works. For the last 24 hours 400 thousand cubic meters of snow have been removed’, said he.


13.3 thousand snow-removal trucks, 5 thousand dump trucks among them, have been involved into liquidation of the snowfall aftermath. The public utilities keep on working twenty-four-hours non stop.


Photo: RIA News

Author: Irina Fomina

Tags: Moscow     

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