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MURREE: The Murree-Nathiagali road has been closed for traffic after heavy snowfall triggered an avalanche creating difficulties for the tourists in the area.

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“The district administration is working around the clock to evacuate the stranded tourists. Around 23,000 vehicles have been evavuated from Murree”.

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A spokesperson of Galyat Development Authority has advised the tourists to avoid travelling to Nathiagali.

The main highway is closed due to avalanche after heavy snowfall in Galyat”, the spokesperson said.

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He said that road clearance is not possible immediately due to extreme weather conditions.

Murree traffic update

In its daily update, Murree police said that 27,000 vehicles have entered the city since Friday morning amid heavy snowfall.

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