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MANY INJURIES BECAUSE OF SLIPPERY STREETS



National.

At least 100 people have suffered bone fractures in Skopje alone in the past three days as a result of the slippery streets following this weekend's snowfalls.

In the past three days, 84 people were admitted in the Skopje City Hospital, whereas only seventeen were hospitalised. They have mainly suffered hip, forearm and knee-pad fractures.

The snow cover all across the country does not cause any traffic obstacles. All local and regional roads throughout the country have been cleaned. There is a ban for heavy freight vehicles at road sections Gostivar-Kicevo, Mavrovo-Debar and Debar-Struga.

Bus, railroad and air traffic in Macedonia is taking place regularly, however in winter conditions.

The weather in Macedonia on Monday will be mostly overcast, whereas light snow is expected to fall on higher places.

Temperatures are ranging between -6C and 2C.

Forecasters says new snowfalls could be expected on Thursday.


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