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Authorities, volunteers help clean snow from Madrid hospital


Madrid, Jan 10 (EFE/EPA).- (Camera: EFE) The region of Madrid woke up on Sunday morning under a blanket of snow after a historic blizzard struck the capital and surrounding areas, bringing road and rail traffic to a standstill as well as shutting the international Barajas airport.FOOTAGE OF THE GREGORIO MARAÑON HOSPITAL.

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