On the 4th and 5th of March road, rail and air traffic were disrupted after one of the worst storms of the winter hit Eastern Canada and the North-eastern United States.
LV Pan snow-covered street to stranded bus, with men shovelling snow (2 shots)
LV Pan people waiting for transportation home.
SV People trying to get on bus.
LV fire-tenders pan to cars moving along in snow blizzard.
GV People crossing main square in snow-storm.
CU sign reception registration.
SV interior, stranded people trying to book in at hotel.
SV Pan along people stranded.
SV stranded cars on road-side (2 shots)
LV car skidding in snow.
SV man assists two women who have fallen in snow.
GV people getting on to bus.
LV people waiting for transport in snow, and people walking in snow-shoes (3 shots)
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Background: On the 4th and 5th of March road, rail and air traffic were disrupted after one of the worst storms of the winter hit Eastern Canada and the North-eastern United States.
The Canadian Broadcasting Corporation coverage shows the chaos in the Quebec capital Montreal, where business life and transport services were paralysed.
Snow also fell during the last few days in Europe, in London, and unexpectedly in French riviera resorts including Nice and Cannes. But weather men say this is not really unusual. It seems bad only after a very mild winter in Europe.