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Nearly 2,500 were rescued after a snowstorm in Ukraine’s Odesa region

Emergency workers release a car which stuck in snow during a heavy snow storm in Odesa region, Ukraine in this handout picture released November 27, 2023. Press service of the State Emergency Service of Ukraine in Odesa region/Handout via REUTERS
Emergency workers release a car which stuck in snow during a heavy snow storm in Odesa region, Ukrai... Emergency workers release a car which stuck in snow during a heavy snow storm in Odesa region, Ukraine in this handout picture released November 27, 2023. Press service of the State Emergency Service of Ukraine in Odesa region/Handout via REUTERS
Emergency workers release a car which stuck in snow during a heavy snow storm in Odesa region, Ukraine in this handout picture released November 27, 2023. Press service of the State Emergency Service of Ukraine in Odesa region/Handout via REUTERS
Emergency workers release a car which stuck in snow during a heavy snow storm in Odesa region, Ukrai... Emergency workers release a car which stuck in snow during a heavy snow storm in Odesa region, Ukraine in this handout picture released November 27, 2023. Press service of the State Emergency Service of Ukraine in Odesa region/Handout via REUTERS

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Nearly 2,500 people were rescued after a snowstorm in Ukraine’s Odesa region. Odesa, in southern Ukraine, had a snowfall that rescued about 2,500 people, according to local governor Oleh Kiper. The weather also caused power outages in 313 communities in the area.

Since Sunday, intense snowstorms have struck Odesa’s Black Sea coast area, leaving cars stranded and bringing down power lines.

Kiper said on the Telegram app, “849 vehicles have been towed out, including 24 buses and 17 ambulances.” He said everyone stranded by the snow since the storm began had been freed.

The snowstorm, an extraordinary force of nature, swept through the region with an unforeseen intensity, blanketing the landscape with heavy snow and sub-zero temperatures. The adverse weather conditions quickly escalated, catching many off-guard and causing widespread chaos in their wake.

In the face of bitter cold and snow blankets, heroic volunteers defied the elements to save the trapped. Selfless people gave food, shelter, and medical care, demonstrating the resilience of the human spirit in the face of hardship.

Communities came together as one, giving resources and assistance to those in need. Shelters were set up to provide a haven for the stranded and show that their basic needs were satisfied during this challenging period.

This extraordinary snowfall is a sobering reminder of how crucial it is to be ready for anything unexpected. It emphasizes the importance of thorough emergency preparations, robust infrastructure, and resilient communities to lessen the effects of extreme weather occurrences.


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