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Seven perished in the snøkaos in Central Europe and it is expected more snow

heavy snowfalls in the last few days created devastating problems in Central Europe, and a total of seven people are so far confirmed to have died. Several are reported missing.

Hazardous søkeforhold

On Sunday, two German skiers confirmed dead in an avalanche in the state of Vorarlberg in the far west of the country on Sunday. In addition, a slovenian skier found dead in the state of Salzburg, the enlightened austrian rescue service on Monday.

Later on Monday, was also a woman in 20-years and a man for 30-years, both hunters, confirmed to have died in an avalanche.

Austrian tv also announces that two people are missing in the Salzburg region, but dangerous søkeforhold do that the search for them is set.

In large parts of Austria's avalanche danger set ten 4, the second highest level ever, according to NRK.

AUSTRIA: Several major roads are closed in Austria on the grounds of snøkaoset. Photo: AP Photo/Matthias Schrader Show more crisis team

Many residents have also been evacuated because of the bad weather. In several villages in the Sölktäler valley in the state of Styria was around 2000 people, among them tourists, cut off from the outside world.

Around the Hochkar mountain in lower austria has ski resorts had shut down, and both locals and tourists have been asked to leave the area.

Since the middle of last week has up to 1.5 meters of snow fell over the central and northern part of Austria.

In the mountains around Salzburg, it is measured snødybde up to 3 metres, and the snowfall stops is not going to stop with the first.

This week, it is expected more snow, with up to 80 centimeters from Tuesday, according to meteorologists.

Rudi Mair in skredvarslingstjenesten in Austria says to a newspaper that they are in the middle of a crisis, and that the country has put together a crisis team to coordinate the relief effort.

Died after having been hit by three

The heavy snowfall has also hit the neighbouring countries of Switzerland and Germany. In Bavaria died a 44 year old man when he was struck by a tree that fell down under the weight of the snow.

In the canton of Uri in Switzerland died a woman after having been hit by an avalanche.

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