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Army helps clear Edinburgh after fortnight of snow

Fuel supplies are running low in large parts of Scotland after a fortnight of snow and sub zero temperatures.

In Edinburgh, the army has been brought in to help clear the snow and ice after the worst snowfalls in the city for more than 45 years.

Temperatures are starting to rise again, but many roads remain treacherous.

The BBC's Lorna Gordon reports.

  • 09 Dec 2010
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