Snowfall brings Edinburgh to a standstill


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    BLIZZARD conditions brought Edinburgh, Fife and the Lothians slithering to a standstill within the matter of only a few hours.

    Paths, roads and pavement only just cleared through backbreaking work over the weekend soon yielded to a fresh layer of white.

    If anything, it seemed as if residents and commuters were caught out by the sheer suddenness of the heavy snow.

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