There have been big snowfalls in several places in the country Sunday night to Monday. On Monday, it also creates problems for those trying to get around.
the Police operasjonssentral both in Oslo, Eastern police district, and Nordland, has a lot to do in the morning hours. It is reported on buses in the ditch, the front to front collisions, cars in over four metric tons and all in all some problems.
But in Wyoming, there have been large snowfalls, up to two metres in Lofoten, says operasjonsleder Mari Lillestø.
- People have to dig out their cars. It has been snowing for over the windows, " says Lillestø to the Newspaper.
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#Rakkestad msg about a car that has run in the rock wall in the vicinity of the Os school. Unclear damage, a large material damage. Emergency services on the way— Police in the East (@politietost) January 28, 2019
the Mayor of the borough of Flakstad, Hans Fredrik Sørdal (Ap), reports of something that resembles chaos in the West-Lofoten.
- All the roads are closed. All the schools are closed. After that, we know it has been a landslide on the four state highways, plus E10. It is quite hefty, " says Sørdal to the Newspaper.
His call to the people is to pile so that one's out the door, so that it is safe out if it should begin to burn.
- If not, stay inside. So the situation is now, is rasfarenivået on fire in all places where the slope is over 20 percent. There is a big risk for snow removal crews to keep on now, " says Sørdal.
Operasjonsleder Lillestø says that the police encourage people to monitor whether roads are opened, and not venture out before that. She says that the Lofoten hovedfartsåre, E10, is our number one priority.
- It is very unusual that we get so much snow in so short a time. I can't remember that we have had these conditions before ever. The last time we were confronted with similar must have been in the 1960s, " says the chief councilor Kjell Idar Berg in the Norwegian fishing village municipality to the Newspaper.Few issues
Police in Oslo reported a bus in College who ended up in the ditch on Monday morning. It should have gone smoothly, there should not be any personal injuries. It was smooth on the road, informs the Line Bulkheads at the Oslo police district.
We had perhaps expected more problems. Currently it has gone better than expected, says the Bulkhead to the Newspaper on 08-time.
A car drove into a rock wall in Rakkestad Monday morning. The car received major damage, but the person in the car was unharmed.
Especially in the north of the country, there have been big snowfalls on the night of Monday. It is reported also about the problems. There are several roads closed as a result of avalanches.
#E6 #Nordg #Djupedalstoppen Message about the car that has run into the fence and stuck. Nødetater and towing on the way. Unclear damage. Traffic moves slowly past in one field.— Police in the East (@politietost) January 28, 2019
actually, We have not had so many problems up in the Lofoten islands, primarily because the traffic does not go, " says operasjonsleder in hordaland police district, Mari Lillestø, to Dagbladet.
Operasjonsleder Torleif Rustad in the South-East police district says it is the demanding driving conditions in the area.
In the course of the night into the morning hours on Monday, we have received messages about the cars of the road, and cars in the armco. In total, we had six traffic accidents until now, that is due to the smooth snøføret.
- It is without a doubt the challenging driving conditions now. It is reported slippery surfaces you throughout the district. We expect several accidents through the morning hours. We hope motorists will take into account and driving for the conditions, " he says.
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