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January 12, 1987 | From United Press International
A severe cold wave and heavy snow gripped Europe and the Soviet Union on Sunday, triggering fatal avalanches in Soviet Georgia, threatening to bring electricity rationing to Sweden and disrupting road and rail traffic across the continent. Deaths were reported in France, Sweden and the Soviet Union as a direct result of the cold wave. In Sweden, the government warned of possible electricity rationing because of freezing temperatures.
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June 18, 1988 | Associated Press
Hurricane-force winds killed one person and injured several and blew off house roofs in Saratov, a city on the Volga River 500 miles southeast of Moscow, the official Tass news agency reported Friday.
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June 18, 1988 | Associated Press
Hurricane-force winds killed one person and injured several and blew off house roofs in Saratov, a city on the Volga River 500 miles southeast of Moscow, the official Tass news agency reported Friday.
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January 12, 1987 | From United Press International
A severe cold wave and heavy snow gripped Europe and the Soviet Union on Sunday, triggering fatal avalanches in Soviet Georgia, threatening to bring electricity rationing to Sweden and disrupting road and rail traffic across the continent. Deaths were reported in France, Sweden and the Soviet Union as a direct result of the cold wave. In Sweden, the government warned of possible electricity rationing because of freezing temperatures.
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