Record-breaking snowstorm hits US, leaves east coast paralysed


A car is seen buried in snow after an overnight snowstorm inside Washington DC Beltway in the United States. Reuters


A woman in Virginia digs out her car as a blizzard hits the east coast January 23, 2016. A major snowstorm has left almost the entire eastern coast of the US paralysed. Reuters.


New York City police monitor traffic during the snowstorm which took place on 23 January. At least 16 persons have died following the storm. Reuters.


Snowplow trucks work on the roads as the snow begins to fall in Washington. Several states have declared a state of emergency following the snowstorm. Reuters.


Thousands of people have been left without power across the US. Reuters


Cities like New York issued a travel ban for cars. Reuters.

Updated Date: Jan 24, 2016 18:18 PM

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