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Snow falls in Oxford

2009-02-06 03:49:53 GMT2009-02-06 11:49:53 (Beijing Time)  China Daily

Young boys roll a giant snowball in a park after a heavy snowfall in Oxford, southern England February 5, 2009. Heavy snow caused chaos across a swathe of Britain as councils said they were running out of grit to keep roads open and forecasters predicted fresh flurries for southern England during the Friday morning rush hour. [Agencies]

Young girls play on top of a big snowball after a heavy snowfall in Oxford, southern England February 5, 2009. Heavy snow caused chaos across a swathe of Britain as councils said they were running out of grit to keep roads open and forecasters predicted fresh flurries for southern England during the Friday morning rush hour. [Agencies]

Visitors to a park walk in the snow in Oxford, southern England February 5, 2009. Heavy snow caused chaos across a swathe of Britain as councils said they were running out of grit to keep roads open and forecasters predicted fresh flurries for southern England during the Friday morning rush hour. [Agencies]

Heavy snow caused chaos across a swathe of Britain as councils said they were running out of grit to keep roads open and forecasters predicted fresh flurries for southern England during the Friday morning rush hour.

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