Sub-zero temperatures paralyse Europe

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A car covered with snow is seen in Delnice, Croatia February 27, 2018. REUTERS/Antonio Bronic

BUCHAREST (Reuters) – Two people were found dead in Romania as snow and sub-zero temperatures across much of Europe saw flights canceled, road and railway transport disrupted and schools closed yesterday. A Siberian weather system forecaster said the “beast from the east” brought the coldest temperatures for years to many regions. The freeze was expected to continue for much of the week. In southern Romania, an 83-year old woman was found collapsed in the snow and died on the way to the hospital while a 65-year old man was found dead late Monday in the eastern county of Suceava.

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