The snow has reached the flat land, and as in most cases, the effects were felt In the Canton of Zurich police reports were received between 9 and 15 at over 50 accident – and the accident statistics of the cities of Zurich and Winterthur is not included. It was mainly to property damage and some minor injuries.
The snow was also in the Canton of Aargau for several police operations. In the morning, there was a curious accident. A salt spreader truck, got uptime to Slip. The car collided with a fence, a pasture, a Road, candelabras and a stone wall. After impact, the vehicle tipped on its side and came to a halt. The two occupants were able to free themselves independently from the car. The 71-year-old driver suffered slight injuries and had to be brought to the hospital. The salvage work continued for several hours. As the Canton police of Aargau, informs, is likely to amount to the damage to tens of thousands of francs.
Pensioner ends up in the stream bed
In the Creek bed, but unharmed, ended on Saturday morning, the journey of a 79-year-old car driver, who drove in Rüfenach in the direction of Riniken. The vehicle began to Skid. The damage is according to police sources, around 5,000 francs. The police took the driver to the driver ID on a provisional basis.
Also in Rapperswil-Jona in the Canton of St. Gallen is a 72-year-old man on the snow-covered road to the Slides, such as the St. Gallen cantonal police said. He went off the road and slid in a finish. He suffered slight abrasions.
In St. Gallen, were the patrols of the police of the Canton, around 30 traffic accidents. in the Canton of Thurgau to 20. Not everywhere in Switzerland, there was new snow. In Ticino, ruled with Nordföhn partially spring-like temperatures.
#Winter #spring? The Swiss weather offers something for everyone: Strong snowfall in the German part of Switzerland. Blue sky and sunshine in #Ticino. With Nordföhn Biasca/TI are 16.4°, Cevio/TI of 15.1°. ^jz pic.twitter.com/tZZKegXmP1SRF Meteo (@srfmeteo) January 5, 2019
Created: 05.01.2019, 18:05 PM