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Pedestrians Hit by Falling Ice and Snow

Published torsdag 4 februari 2010 kl 17.56
The sheer weight of snow and warmer temperatures in Stockholm has made walking the pavements of Stockholm a dagerous business

Several people in the Stockholm area have been injured by falling ice and snow from thawing rooftops.

A large quantity of snow fell from the top of a seven storey apartment building onto a 55 year old woman in Blackeberg, in western Stockholm. The woman was taken to hospital with serious injuries.

Earlier on Thursday a woman was taken to hospital with head wounds after being hit by falling ice on Södermalm.

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