Locals battle record-breaking snowfall in China

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South China Morning Post published this video item, entitled “Locals battle record-breaking snowfall in China” – below is their description.

Record-breaking snowfall continues to batter various cities in northern China. It has snowed for more than 46 hours in Inner Mongolia, blocking the doors to many residents’ houses. The bad weather also caused a traffic jam of over 3km in Heilongjiang province.

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