Nine die in accidents on Dutch roads
Winter arrived in the Netherlands with a vengeance two days ago, bringing hail, sleet and snow to much of the country.
23 November 2008
THE NETHERLANDS - The weather conditions have caused havoc on the roads; nine people have been killed in road accidents since the winter weather set in.
On Sunday morning, three members of the same family were killed when their car skidded and hit a coach. The coach was empty at the time of the accident and the driver was not injured.
The Dutch Meteorological Institute warned of icy conditions on the roads again today and predicted heavy snowfalls in the late afternoon and evening.
[Radio Netherlands / Expatica]