There is so Much Snow in Kazakhstan Right Now That People Dig Tunnels to Enter Their Homes, Leave Their Cars Stranded on Highways and Astana is Under a State of Emergency

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There is so much snow in Kazakhstan right now that people dig tunnels to enter their homes. Picture via Youtube video

I thought we had already seen everything after Newfoundland, Canada was hit by a record-breaking blizzard beginning of this month. But I wasn’t right. There is currently a vicious storm sweeping across Kazakhstan. And the blizzard in so intense that it prompt people to dig tunnels to enter their homes or feed their farm animals, leave their cars and trucks buried on highways and officials to declare a state of emergency in the capital Astana.

And it was pretty hard to get out your car during the storm:

This crazy storm accompanied by very strong winds of more than 26 m/s (58mph) is dumping tons of snow on several regions of Kazakhstan for the second week in a row.

Astana, the Kazakh capital declared the state of emergency as severe snowstorms, blizzard and strong wind roll through the city.

You want another proof? Here’s the kind of weather they have experienced today in Astana… It’s just insane:

Dozens of highways across the Central Asian country have been closed due to winter storms, with cars and truks left behind by passengers and drivers.

There is so much snow in Kazakhstan right now that people dig tunnels to enter their homes, leave their cars stranded on highways and Astana is under a state of emergency, There is so much snow in Kazakhstan right now that people dig tunnels to enter their homes, leave their cars stranded on highways and Astana is under a state of emergency video, There is so much snow in Kazakhstan right now that people dig tunnels to enter their homes, leave their cars stranded on highways and Astana is under a state of emergency pictures
There is so much snow in Kazakhstan right now that people dig tunnels to enter their homes, leave their cars stranded on highways and Astana is under a state of emergency. Picture via Youtube video

Just near the capital city, more than 601 vehicles were left abandoned on highways and roads.

Within the last 24 hours, 319 people were saved on the roads (59 of them children), 8 trucks and power transformers were dug out of the snow and 82 people were placed in heating points constructed along the highways.

A woman had to give birth in a fire truck on the highway “Almaty-Yekaterinburg” in the Astrakhan region.

And look at this horse, it almost disappears in the deep snow:

Hundreds of people have been evacuated from houses and cars buried under gigantic snowdrifts.

This farmer had so much snow in his garden, that he dig tunnels for his dogs and other animals to be able to get outside of the barn.

and this guy shovels snow to clear his door and enter his home:

Transportation links to and from Nur-Sultan were cut on January 27, while all schools in the capital remained closed.

But look at that train going through meters of snow:

Pretty awesome, isn’t it?

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Kazakhstan blizzard in January 2020

All flights from or to Nur-Sultan International Airport have been postponed, while the Astana emergency department asked residents to stay in the capital until the state of emergency is lifted. Similar creepy natural disaster news on Strange Sounds or Steve Quayle. [RFerl]

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2 COMMENTS

  1. well the catastrophes after catastrophes will bring mankind to its knees. Unless we have little time left to respect each others and be as united. All this matters because we are not united and divided. more quakes on the way on ring of fires. 6-8 Feb 2 2020 and plus everything else we seen climate changes super snow and super floods and earth is shifting plus Corona virus n 2019 . We already sold out of n95 masks. I will
    put my predictions for FEB 8 2020 soon. The 40 days of terrorist Quisim Solimani is fall on after full moon
    of FEB 2020 which is FEB 12 2020 will Iran sudden attack will bring final push for world war 3? In Islam 40 days after death is very more emotional than 1-3 days death? Death toll of migrant birds continues to increase in Miankaleh
    As the number of dead migrant birds increases in Miankaleh swamp in Mazandaran province of Iran, unofficial reports indicate that the number could be over 10000.

    According to the director of Mazandaran’s Environmental Protection Organization, the carcasses of at least 4100 migrant birds have been found in Miankaleh swamp on Monday. With over 2000 carcasses found prior to Monday, the overall number is at least over 6000.

    However, one EPO official told Iran International that the true number of dead birds is most likely over 10000.

    Miankaleh is an important international swamp under the Ramsar convention. It is one of the nine most important ecosystems in the country which hosts over 1.5 million migrant birds from over 150 different species.

    A similar incident occurred in the 2000s where investigations over the death of thousands of migrant birds ended without a conclusion.

    According to the head of Mazandaran’s EPO, a team of veterinarians has been deployed to the region to investigate the cause of the incident.

    Several theories have been presented as to the potential causes of the incident, including the industrial waste from factories and oil refineries, the city swears pouring into the Caspian Sea, and chemical fertilizers among others.

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