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Storms, snow hit northern Europe

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Storms and heavy snowfall across northern Europe led to chaos and at least one death Monday.

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In Germany, bad weather conditions caused around 300 road accidents, in which one person died and dozens were injured.

Hundreds of flights were cancelled across the region, affecting travelers in the Netherlands, the U.K., France, Germany, Belgium and Sweden.

Storms and heavy snowfall across northern Europe led to chaos and at least one death Monday, local media reported.

In Germany, bad weather conditions caused around 300 road accidents, in which one person died and dozens were injured.

Hundreds of flights were cancelled across the region, affecting travelers in the Netherlands, the U.K., France, Germany, Belgium and Sweden.



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