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Huge traffic jam in Krasnoyarsk Region keeps growing
22.10.2009 13:27
Huge traffic jam in Krasnoyarsk Region keeps growing

A traffic jam consisting of the tracks, which appeared in 340 km from Krasnoyarsk because of the nonsystem in the road works on the federal highway M53 Baikal, keeps growing. According to the drivers, more than 400 tracks are standing in it.
      The atmosphere is tense, because some drivers are staying there already five days. The foil and the money are running out, but the epilogue is still unknown.
      The byroad doesnt solve the problem, because of the low traffic capacity (20 tracks a day).


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