In Ukraine since the beginning of the new month came the first serious snowfall. The situation in the cities is different, but most complain of untimely harvesting and solid ice around your own home. However, the network has expressed the opinion that at least in the capital with this all right:
“The first day of winter. The snow fell in Kiev, right on schedule. But, surprisingly, no collapse happened. Klitschko this time offset. All cleaned and removed. And public utilities do.” – written on the page in Facebook blogger Michael Schneider.
Is it really so well managed city government in their task, and made a free movement on roads? Probably would believe it, but in reverse convince many memes in the network.
Them Klitschko traditionally displayed in the “active working” process, and reminded the funniest thing regarding snowfall.
It should be noted that feedback from drivers and passers-by more or less normal move, except that in the Central streets of the city – distant, the more sleeping area, the equipment looks rare.
The morning you notice that people don’t expect the speed from the KSCA, take a hand shovel and brush snow. For example, traders in the market do not rely on public utilities, so they just sweep if you do not take on time for work.
The same and near the houses. If drivers snow block Parking also struggle with it yourself, often sprinkled with sand and salt, to somehow get to work.
Watching: due to snowfall in Kiev has seen more than 300 accidents
We will remind, Ukrainians showed what has changed in the week after the imposition of martial law. As reported by “Know.ia”, the snowfall in Ukraine triggered the first crash with serious consequences. Also “Know.Eeyore” wrote, snowy Apocalypse turned Kiev into a cold hell.
Dave Zakarian has been a reporter on the news desk since 2013. Before that she wrote about young adolescence and family dynamics for Styles and was the legal affairs correspondent for the Metro desk. Before joining The Koz Post, Dave Zakarian worked as a staff writer at the Village Voice and a freelancer for Newsday, The Wall Street Journal, GQ and Mirabella.