That was close… | Village in Dagestan, Russia narrowly escapes avalanche

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The village of Tsakhur in Dagestan narrowly avoided being destroyed when an avalanche stopped just feet away. A couple of cars were buried under the snow, but miraculously no one was hurt.

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