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  1. Iran, Tuesday, 11th of February. The heavy snowfall in Guilan province has caused severe problems for the people of Guilan during the last 9 hours and in addition, many travelers have had problems on the roads leading to Guilan province. Some of these troubles still continue until Tuesday evening.
    The Tjartnyvz, heavy snowfall in 24 hours in Gilan province for the people of this province has created serious problems and in addition, many of the travelers on the road leading to Gilan province have been experiencing many problems. Some of these troubles still continue until Tuesday evening.
    Until recently, some of the people’s problems have been reported by official media and part of their encounters have been reflected in video and photo on social media. But what are the official news agencies’ latest accounts of this happening? The report cites the latest news on the situation.
    Gilan Provincial Crisis Director General said heavy snowfall and heavy snowstorms have stopped cars on several axes with the center of Saravan highway police station and 2km of traffic on several axes as we open and drive oncoming vehicles and passengers.
    Guilan Police Chief Rahul Gandhi said the police arrested two thousand passengers on manyv roads in the province and said: “In this weather it will not be allowed to travel to Guilan before the weather conditions change.”
    According to some residents in the province, the electricity and landline of some households in Guilan are still cut off.
    ـ The director of Gilan Rural Water and Wastewater Company said: Currently the water in 4 villages of Gilan province has been cut off due to heavy snowfall.
    Latest snow news in Guilan province / Guilan people’s plight and road commuters

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