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MURREE, PAKISTAN, JAN 9: Pakistani security forces carry out a rescue operation at the site where 22 people have died after being stuck in cars amid heavy snowfall in the hilly resort town of Murree, some 50 kilometers north of Islamabad, Pakistan, on January 9, 2022. At least 22 people have died, including a family of eight and anther family of five, officials said, adding the dead include men, women and children.Hundreds of of people who were trapped in vehicles in a deadly blizzard have been moved to safety as rescuers scramble to clear roads in northern Pakistan. Police said as many as 500 families had been stranded as would be tourists rushed to view the winter snowfall in the hilltop town of Murree. Muhammad Reza / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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MURREE, PAKISTAN, JAN 9: Pakistani security forces carry out a rescue operation at the site where 22 people have died after being stuck in cars amid heavy snowfall in the hilly resort town of Murree, some 50 kilometers north of Islamabad, Pakistan, on January 9, 2022. At least 22 people have died, including a family of eight and anther family of five, officials said, adding the dead include men, women and children.Hundreds of of people who were trapped in vehicles in a deadly blizzard have been moved to safety as rescuers scramble to clear roads in northern Pakistan. Police said as many as 500 families had been stranded as would be tourists rushed to view the winter snowfall in the hilltop town of Murree. Muhammad Reza / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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MURREE, PAKISTAN, JAN 9: Vehicles are seen trapped under heavy snowfall at the site where 22 people have died after being stuck in cars amid heavy snowfall in the hilly resort town of Murree, some 50 kilometers north of Islamabad, Pakistan, on January 9, 2022. At least 22 people have died, including a family of eight and anther family of five, officials said, adding the dead include men, women and children.Hundreds of of people who were trapped in vehicles in a deadly blizzard have been moved to safety as rescuers scramble to clear roads in northern Pakistan. Police said as many as 500 families had been stranded as would be tourists rushed to view the winter snowfall in the hilltop town of Murree. Muhammad Reza / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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MURREE, PAKISTAN, JAN 9: Pakistani security forces carry out a rescue operation using heavy machinery to remove snow at the site where 22 people have died after being stuck in cars amid heavy snowfall in the hilly resort town of Murree, some 50 kilometers north of Islamabad, Pakistan, on January 9, 2022. At least 22 people have died, including a family of eight and anther family of five, officials said, adding the dead include men, women and children.Hundreds of of people who were trapped in vehicles in a deadly blizzard have been moved to safety as rescuers scramble to clear roads in northern Pakistan. Police said as many as 500 families had been stranded as would be tourists rushed to view the winter snowfall in the hilltop town of Murree. Muhammad Reza / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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MURREE, PAKISTAN, JAN 9: Pakistani security forces distribute food among the people stranded amid heavy snowfall at the site where 22 people have died after being stuck in cars amid heavy snowfall in the hilly resort town of Murree, some 50 kilometers north of Islamabad, Pakistan, on January 9, 2022. At least 22 people have died, including a family of eight and anther family of five, officials said, adding the dead include men, women and children.Hundreds of of people who were trapped in vehicles in a deadly blizzard have been moved to safety as rescuers scramble to clear roads in northern Pakistan. Police said as many as 500 families had been stranded as would be tourists rushed to view the winter snowfall in the hilltop town of Murree. Muhammad Reza / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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MURREE, PAKISTAN, JAN 9: Pakistani security forces carry out a rescue operation at the site where 22 people have died after being stuck in cars amid heavy snowfall in the hilly resort town of Murree, some 50 kilometers north of Islamabad, Pakistan, on January 9, 2022. At least 22 people have died, including a family of eight and anther family of five, officials said, adding the dead include men, women and children.Hundreds of of people who were trapped in vehicles in a deadly blizzard have been moved to safety as rescuers scramble to clear roads in northern Pakistan. Police said as many as 500 families had been stranded as would be tourists rushed to view the winter snowfall in the hilltop town of Murree. Muhammad Reza / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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MURREE, PAKISTAN, JAN 9: Pakistani people make way back to their homes by foot at the site where 22 people have died after being stuck in cars amid heavy snowfall in the hilly resort town of Murree, some 50 kilometers north of Islamabad, Pakistan, on January 9, 2022. At least 22 people have died, including a family of eight and anther family of five, officials said, adding the dead include men, women and children.Hundreds of of people who were trapped in vehicles in a deadly blizzard have been moved to safety as rescuers scramble to clear roads in northern Pakistan. Police said as many as 500 families had been stranded as would be tourists rushed to view the winter snowfall in the hilltop town of Murree. Muhammad Reza / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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MURREE, PAKISTAN, JAN 9: Pakistani security forces carry out a rescue operation at the site where 22 people have died after being stuck in cars amid heavy snowfall in the hilly resort town of Murree, some 50 kilometers north of Islamabad, Pakistan, on January 9, 2022. At least 22 people have died, including a family of eight and anther family of five, officials said, adding the dead include men, women and children.Hundreds of of people who were trapped in vehicles in a deadly blizzard have been moved to safety as rescuers scramble to clear roads in northern Pakistan. Police said as many as 500 families had been stranded as would be tourists rushed to view the winter snowfall in the hilltop town of Murree. Muhammad Reza / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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MURREE, PAKISTAN, JAN 9: Pakistani security forces carry out a rescue operation using heavy machinery to remove snow at the site where 22 people have died after being stuck in cars amid heavy snowfall in the hilly resort town of Murree, some 50 kilometers north of Islamabad, Pakistan, on January 9, 2022. At least 22 people have died, including a family of eight and anther family of five, officials said, adding the dead include men, women and children.Hundreds of of people who were trapped in vehicles in a deadly blizzard have been moved to safety as rescuers scramble to clear roads in northern Pakistan. Police said as many as 500 families had been stranded as would be tourists rushed to view the winter snowfall in the hilltop town of Murree. Muhammad Reza / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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MURREE, PAKISTAN, JAN 9: Pakistani security forces carry out a rescue operation using heavy machinery to remove snow at the site where 22 people have died after being stuck in cars amid heavy snowfall in the hilly resort town of Murree, some 50 kilometers north of Islamabad, Pakistan, on January 9, 2022. At least 22 people have died, including a family of eight and anther family of five, officials said, adding the dead include men, women and children.Hundreds of of people who were trapped in vehicles in a deadly blizzard have been moved to safety as rescuers scramble to clear roads in northern Pakistan. Police said as many as 500 families had been stranded as would be tourists rushed to view the winter snowfall in the hilltop town of Murree. Muhammad Reza / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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MURREE, PAKISTAN, JAN 9: Pakistani security forces carry out a rescue operation using heavy machinery to remove snow at the site where 22 people have died after being stuck in cars amid heavy snowfall in the hilly resort town of Murree, some 50 kilometers north of Islamabad, Pakistan, on January 9, 2022. At least 22 people have died, including a family of eight and anther family of five, officials said, adding the dead include men, women and children.Hundreds of of people who were trapped in vehicles in a deadly blizzard have been moved to safety as rescuers scramble to clear roads in northern Pakistan. Police said as many as 500 families had been stranded as would be tourists rushed to view the winter snowfall in the hilltop town of Murree. Muhammad Reza / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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MURREE, PAKISTAN, JAN 9: Pakistani security forces carry out a rescue operation using heavy machinery to remove snow at the site where 22 people have died after being stuck in cars amid heavy snowfall in the hilly resort town of Murree, some 50 kilometers north of Islamabad, Pakistan, on January 9, 2022. At least 22 people have died, including a family of eight and anther family of five, officials said, adding the dead include men, women and children.Hundreds of of people who were trapped in vehicles in a deadly blizzard have been moved to safety as rescuers scramble to clear roads in northern Pakistan. Police said as many as 500 families had been stranded as would be tourists rushed to view the winter snowfall in the hilltop town of Murree. Muhammad Reza / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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MURREE, PAKISTAN, JAN 9: A Pakistani security forces personnel peeps through the window of a car to search for any victim as security forces carry out rescue operation at the site where 22 people have died after being stuck in cars amid heavy snowfall in the hilly resort town of Murree, some 50 kilometers north of Islamabad, Pakistan, on January 9, 2022. At least 22 people have died, including a family of eight and anther family of five, officials said, adding the dead include men, women and children.Hundreds of of people who were trapped in vehicles in a deadly blizzard have been moved to safety as rescuers scramble to clear roads in northern Pakistan. Police said as many as 500 families had been stranded as would be tourists rushed to view the winter snowfall in the hilltop town of Murree. Muhammad Reza / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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MURREE, PAKISTAN, JAN 9: Pakistani security forces carry out a rescue operation at the site where 22 people have died after being stuck in cars amid heavy snowfall in the hilly resort town of Murree, some 50 kilometers north of Islamabad, Pakistan, on January 9, 2022. At least 22 people have died, including a family of eight and anther family of five, officials said, adding the dead include men, women and children.Hundreds of of people who were trapped in vehicles in a deadly blizzard have been moved to safety as rescuers scramble to clear roads in northern Pakistan. Police said as many as 500 families had been stranded as would be tourists rushed to view the winter snowfall in the hilltop town of Murree. Muhammad Reza / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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MURREE, PAKISTAN, JAN 9: Pakistani security forces carry out a rescue operation at the site where 22 people have died after being stuck in cars amid heavy snowfall in the hilly resort town of Murree, some 50 kilometers north of Islamabad, Pakistan, on January 9, 2022. At least 22 people have died, including a family of eight and anther family of five, officials said, adding the dead include men, women and children.Hundreds of of people who were trapped in vehicles in a deadly blizzard have been moved to safety as rescuers scramble to clear roads in northern Pakistan. Police said as many as 500 families had been stranded as would be tourists rushed to view the winter snowfall in the hilltop town of Murree. Muhammad Reza / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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MURREE, PAKISTAN, JAN 9: Pakistani security forces carry out a rescue operation at the site where 22 people have died after being stuck in cars amid heavy snowfall in the hilly resort town of Murree, some 50 kilometers north of Islamabad, Pakistan, on January 9, 2022. At least 22 people have died, including a family of eight and anther family of five, officials said, adding the dead include men, women and children.Hundreds of of people who were trapped in vehicles in a deadly blizzard have been moved to safety as rescuers scramble to clear roads in northern Pakistan. Police said a many as 500 families had been stranded as would be tourists rushed to view the winter snowfall in the hilltop town of Murree. Muhammad Reza / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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MURREE, PAKISTAN, JAN 9: Pakistani security forces carry out a rescue operation at the site where 22 people have died after being stuck in cars amid heavy snowfall in the hilly resort town of Murree, some 50 kilometers north of Islamabad, Pakistan, on January 9, 2022. At least 22 people have died, including a family of eight and anther family of five, officials said, adding the dead include men, women and children.Hundreds of of people who were trapped in vehicles in a deadly blizzard have been moved to safety as rescuers scramble to clear roads in northern Pakistan. Police said as many as 500 families had been stranded as would be tourists rushed to view the winter snowfall in the hilltop town of Murree. Muhammad Reza / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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MURREE, PAKISTAN, JAN 9: Pakistani people make way back to their homes by foot at the site where 22 people have died after being stuck in cars amid heavy snowfall in the hilly resort town of Murree, some 50 kilometers north of Islamabad, Pakistan, on January 9, 2022. At least 22 people have died, including a family of eight and anther family of five, officials said, adding the dead include men, women and children.Hundreds of of people who were trapped in vehicles in a deadly blizzard have been moved to safety as rescuers scramble to clear roads in northern Pakistan. Police said as many as 500 families had been stranded as would be tourists rushed to view the winter snowfall in the hilltop town of Murree. Muhammad Reza / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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MURREE, PAKISTAN, JAN 9: Pakistani security forces carry out a rescue operation using heavy machinery to remove snow at the site where 22 people have died after being stuck in cars amid heavy snowfall in the hilly resort town of Murree, some 50 kilometers north of Islamabad, Pakistan, on January 9, 2022. At least 22 people have died, including a family of eight and anther family of five, officials said, adding the dead include men, women and children.Hundreds of of people who were trapped in vehicles in a deadly blizzard have been moved to safety as rescuers scramble to clear roads in northern Pakistan. Police said as many as 500 families had been stranded as would be tourists rushed to view the winter snowfall in the hilltop town of Murree. Muhammad Reza / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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MURREE, PAKISTAN, JAN 9: Pakistani security forces carry out a rescue operation at the site where 22 people have died after being stuck in cars amid heavy snowfall in the hilly resort town of Murree, some 50 kilometers north of Islamabad, Pakistan, on January 9, 2022. At least 22 people have died, including a family of eight and anther family of five, officials said, adding the dead include men, women and children.Hundreds of of people who were trapped in vehicles in a deadly blizzard have been moved to safety as rescuers scramble to clear roads in northern Pakistan. Police said as many as 500 families had been stranded as would be tourists rushed to view the winter snowfall in the hilltop town of Murree. Muhammad Reza / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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MURREE, PAKISTAN, JAN 9: Pakistani security forces carry out a rescue operation at the site where 22 people have died after being stuck in cars amid heavy snowfall in the hilly resort town of Murree, some 50 kilometers north of Islamabad, Pakistan, on January 9, 2022. At least 22 people have died, including a family of eight and anther family of five, officials said, adding the dead include men, women and children.Hundreds of of people who were trapped in vehicles in a deadly blizzard have been moved to safety as rescuers scramble to clear roads in northern Pakistan. Police said as many as 500 families had been stranded as would be tourists rushed to view the winter snowfall in the hilltop town of Murree. Muhammad Reza / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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MURREE, PAKISTAN, JAN 9: Pakistani security forces carry out a rescue operation at the site where 22 people have died after being stuck in cars amid heavy snowfall in the hilly resort town of Murree, some 50 kilometers north of Islamabad, Pakistan, on January 9, 2022. At least 22 people have died, including a family of eight and anther family of five, officials said, adding the dead include men, women and children.Hundreds of of people who were trapped in vehicles in a deadly blizzard have been moved to safety as rescuers scramble to clear roads in northern Pakistan. Police said as many as 500 families had been stranded as would be tourists rushed to view the winter snowfall in the hilltop town of Murree. Muhammad Reza / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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MURREE, PAKISTAN, JAN 9: Pakistani security forces carry out rescue operation at the site where 22 people have died after being stuck in cars amid heavy snowfall in the hilly resort town of Murree, some 50 kilometers north of Islamabad, Pakistan, on January 9, 2022. At least 22 people have died, including a family of eight and anther family of five, officials said, adding the dead include men, women and children.Hundreds of of people who were trapped in vehicles in a deadly blizzard have been moved to safety as rescuers scramble to clear roads in northern Pakistan. Police said as many as 500 families had been stranded as would be tourists rushed to view the winter snowfall in the hilltop town of Murree. Muhammad Reza / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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MURREE, PAKISTAN, JAN 9: Pakistani security forces carry out rescue operation at the site where 22 people have died after being stuck in cars amid heavy snowfall in the hilly resort town of Murree, some 50 kilometers north of Islamabad, Pakistan, on January 9, 2022. At least 22 people have died, including a family of eight and anther family of five, officials said, adding the dead include men, women and children.Hundreds of of people who were trapped in vehicles in a deadly blizzard have been moved to safety as rescuers scramble to clear roads in northern Pakistan. Police said as many as 500 families had been stranded as would be tourists rushed to view the winter snowfall in the hilltop town of Murree. Muhammad Reza / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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MURREE, PAKISTAN, JAN 9: Pakistani security forces carry out a rescue operation at the site where 22 people have died after being stuck in cars amid heavy snowfall in the hilly resort town of Murree, some 50 kilometers north of Islamabad, Pakistan, on January 9, 2022. At least 22 people have died, including a family of eight and anther family of five, officials said, adding the dead include men, women and children.Hundreds of of people who were trapped in vehicles in a deadly blizzard have been moved to safety as rescuers scramble to clear roads in northern Pakistan. Police said a many as 500 families had been stranded as would be tourists rushed to view the winter snowfall in the hilltop town of Murree. Muhammad Reza / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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MURREE, PAKISTAN, JAN 9: Pakistani security forces carry out rescue operation at the site where 22 people have died after being stuck in cars amid heavy snowfall in the hilly resort town of Murree, some 50 kilometers north of Islamabad, Pakistan, on January 9, 2022. At least 22 people have died, including a family of eight and anther family of five, officials said, adding the dead include men, women and children.Hundreds of of people who were trapped in vehicles in a deadly blizzard have been moved to safety as rescuers scramble to clear roads in northern Pakistan. Police said a many as 500 families had been stranded as would be tourists rushed to view the winter snowfall in the hilltop town of Murree. Muhammad Reza / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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MURREE, PAKISTAN, JAN 9: Pakistani security forces carry out rescue operation at the site where 22 people have died after being stuck in cars amid heavy snowfall in the hilly resort town of Murree, some 50 kilometers north of Islamabad, Pakistan, on January 9, 2022. At least 22 people have died, including a family of eight and anther family of five, officials said, adding the dead include men, women and children.Hundreds of of people who were trapped in vehicles in a deadly blizzard have been moved to safety as rescuers scramble to clear roads in northern Pakistan. Police said a many as 500 families had been stranded as would be tourists rushed to view the winter snowfall in the hilltop town of Murree. Muhammad Reza / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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MURREE, PAKISTAN, JAN 9: Pakistani security forces carry out a rescue operation at the site where 22 people have died after being stuck in cars amid heavy snowfall in the hilly resort town of Murree, some 50 kilometers north of Islamabad, Pakistan, on January 9, 2022. At least 22 people have died, including a family of eight and anther family of five, officials said, adding the dead include men, women and children.Hundreds of of people who were trapped in vehicles in a deadly blizzard have been moved to safety as rescuers scramble to clear roads in northern Pakistan. Police said a many as 500 families had been stranded as would be tourists rushed to view the winter snowfall in the hilltop town of Murree. Muhammad Reza / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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MURREE, PAKISTAN, JAN 9: Pakistani security forces carry out a rescue operation at the site where 22 people have died after being stuck in cars amid heavy snowfall in the hilly resort town of Murree, some 50 kilometers north of Islamabad, Pakistan, on January 9, 2022. At least 22 people have died, including a family of eight and anther family of five, officials said, adding the dead include men, women and children.Hundreds of of people who were trapped in vehicles in a deadly blizzard have been moved to safety as rescuers scramble to clear roads in northern Pakistan. Police said as many as 500 families had been stranded as would be tourists rushed to view the winter snowfall in the hilltop town of Murree. Muhammad Reza / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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MURREE, PAKISTAN, JAN 9 Pakistani security forces and local residents are seen at the site where 22 people have died after being stuck in cars amid heavy snowfall in the hilly resort town of Murree, some 50 kilometers north of Islamabad, Pakistan, on January 9, 2022. At least 22 people have died, including a family of eight and anther family of five, officials said, adding the dead include men, women and children.Hundreds of of people who were trapped in vehicles in a deadly blizzard have been moved to safety as rescuers scramble to clear roads in northern Pakistan. Police said as many as 500 families had been stranded as would be tourists rushed to view the winter snowfall in the hilltop town of Murree. Muhammad Reza / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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MURREE, PAKISTAN, JAN 9 Pakistani security forces use heavy machinery to remove snow and clear roads at the site where 22 people have died after being stuck in cars amid heavy snowfall in the hilly resort town of Murree, some 50 kilometers north of Islamabad, Pakistan, on January 9, 2022. At least 22 people have died, including a family of eight and anther family of five, officials said, adding the dead include men, women and children.Hundreds of of people who were trapped in vehicles in a deadly blizzard have been moved to safety as rescuers scramble to clear roads in northern Pakistan. Police said a many as 500 families had been stranded as would be tourists rushed to view the winter snowfall in the hilltop town of Murree. Muhammad Reza / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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MURREE, PAKISTAN, JAN 9 Pakistani security forces and local residents are seen at the site where 22 people have died after being stuck in cars amid heavy snowfall in the hilly resort town of Murree, some 50 kilometers north of Islamabad, Pakistan, on January 9, 2022. At least 22 people have died, including a family of eight and anther family of five, officials said, adding the dead include men, women and children.Hundreds of of people who were trapped in vehicles in a deadly blizzard have been moved to safety as rescuers scramble to clear roads in northern Pakistan. Police said as many as 500 families had been stranded as would be tourists rushed to view the winter snowfall in the hilltop town of Murree. Muhammad Reza / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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MURREE, PAKISTAN, JAN 9 Pakistani security forces make their way to carry out a rescue operation at the site where 22 people have died after being stuck in cars amid heavy snowfall in the hilly resort town of Murree, some 50 kilometers north of Islamabad, Pakistan, on January 9, 2022. At least 22 people have died, including a family of eight and anther family of five, officials said, adding the dead include men, women and children.Hundreds of of people who were trapped in vehicles in a deadly blizzard have been moved to safety as rescuers scramble to clear roads in northern Pakistan. Police said as many as 500 families had been stranded as would be tourists rushed to view the winter snowfall in the hilltop town of Murree. Muhammad Reza / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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MURREE, PAKISTAN, JAN 9 Pakistani security forces push a vehicle stuck in the snow at the site where 22 people have died after being stuck in cars amid heavy snowfall in the hilly resort town of Murree, some 50 kilometers north of Islamabad, Pakistan, on January 9, 2022. At least 22 people have died, including a family of eight and anther family of five, officials said, adding the dead include men, women and children.Hundreds of of people who were trapped in vehicles in a deadly blizzard have been moved to safety as rescuers scramble to clear roads in northern Pakistan. Police said as many as 500 families had been stranded as would be tourists rushed to view the winter snowfall in the hilltop town of Murree. Muhammad Reza / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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MURREE, PAKISTAN, JAN 9 Pakistani security forces use heavy machinery to remove snow and clear roads at the site where 22 people have died after being stuck in cars amid heavy snowfall in the hilly resort town of Murree, some 50 kilometers north of Islamabad, Pakistan, on January 9, 2022. At least 22 people have died, including a family of eight and anther family of five, officials said, adding the dead include men, women and children.Hundreds of of people who were trapped in vehicles in a deadly blizzard have been moved to safety as rescuers scramble to clear roads in northern Pakistan. Police said as many as 500 families had been stranded as would be tourists rushed to view the winter snowfall in the hilltop town of Murree. Muhammad Reza / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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MURREE, PAKISTAN, JAN 9: Pakistani security forces carry out a rescue operation at the site where 22 people have died after being stuck in cars amid heavy snowfall in the hilly resort town of Murree, some 50 kilometers north of Islamabad, Pakistan, on January 9, 2022. At least 22 people have died, including a family of eight and anther family of five, officials said, adding the dead include men, women and children.Hundreds of of people who were trapped in vehicles in a deadly blizzard have been moved to safety as rescuers scramble to clear roads in northern Pakistan. Police said as many as 500 families had been stranded as would be tourists rushed to view the winter snowfall in the hilltop town of Murree. Muhammad Reza / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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MURREE, PAKISTAN, JAN 9: A view snowfall where 22 people have died after being stuck in cars amid heavy snowfall in the hilly resort town of Murree, some 50 kilometers north of Islamabad, Pakistan, on January 9, 2022. At least 22 people have died, including a family of eight and anther family of five, officials said, adding the dead include men, women and children.Hundreds of of people who were trapped in vehicles in a deadly blizzard have been moved to safety as rescuers scramble to clear roads in northern Pakistan. Police said as many as 500 families had been stranded as would be tourists rushed to view the winter snowfall in the hilltop town of Murree. Muhammad Reza / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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MURREE, PAKISTAN, JAN 9: A view snowfall where 22 people have died after being stuck in cars amid heavy snowfall in the hilly resort town of Murree, some 50 kilometers north of Islamabad, Pakistan, on January 9, 2022. At least 22 people have died, including a family of eight and anther family of five, officials said, adding the dead include men, women and children.Hundreds of of people who were trapped in vehicles in a deadly blizzard have been moved to safety as rescuers scramble to clear roads in northern Pakistan. Police said as many as 500 families had been stranded as would be tourists rushed to view the winter snowfall in the hilltop town of Murree. Muhammad Reza / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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MURREE, PAKISTAN, JAN 9: People push a vehicle which was stuck in snow where 22 people have died after being stuck in cars amid heavy snowfall in the hilly resort town of Murree, some 50 kilometers north of Islamabad, Pakistan, on January 9, 2022. At least 22 people have died, including a family of eight and anther family of five, officials said, adding the dead include men, women and children.Hundreds of of people who were trapped in vehicles in a deadly blizzard have been moved to safety as rescuers scramble to clear roads in northern Pakistan. Police said as many as 500 families had been stranded as would be tourists rushed to view the winter snowfall in the hilltop town of Murree. Muhammad Reza / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM