Army rescues 1,000 drivers stranded in cars for 12 HOURS as UK is paralysed by heaviest snowfalls in 30 years (with more on its way)

Ice-bound Britain is paralysed by the biggest snowfall for years . . . and grit and gas supplies are already running low

http://www.dailymail.co.uk
6th January 2010

● Army drafted in to rescue 1,000 stranded motorists

● Boy, 6, fighting for his life after falling into icy garden pond

● Councils warn they have little more than a day’s grit supply

● Panic buying of salt, shovels, thermal underwear – and sledges

● Driver was treated for shock after his car skidded on to a level crossing

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One Response to “Army rescues 1,000 drivers stranded in cars for 12 HOURS as UK is paralysed by heaviest snowfalls in 30 years (with more on its way)”

  1. Otter

    Now. Will the Met office start looking for REAL forecasters, or will Great Britain go through two or three more of these winters- with another 20 coming- before they wake up to the truth?

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