European travel chaos stopped

European travel chaos stopped

On Thursday many areas of the Paris the Icy roads are paralyzed after the heaviest snow in a quarter of a century. The flight in Germany has been stopped due to unkind weather. Moreover the railway journeys are also delayed.

Brice Hortefeux, French Interior Minister have advised that if snow falls around 11 centimeters (more than four inches)in one day in Paris then the drivers should not to travel. The most snow fall in one day was since
1987.

He supposed that in year 2003 during the storm a number of 60,000 motorists spent night in the car however this time it is less than that as around 1,000 motorists had to spend the night snow-bound in their cars.

At Charles de Gaulle airport, France's main international center near about thousands spent the night. This was caused because their flights were cancelled, and more than thousands motorists were accommodated in municipal halls and school sports halls about the Paris region.

Late Wednesday Police expelled trucks from travelling on roads in the Paris area. Around 3,000 Lorries were trapped on northern French motorways in the direction of the capital.


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