Jerusalem returns to life after epic storm

Jerusalem returns to life after epic storm

The Times of Israel reported that Jerusalem partially returned to life Tuesday morning, after a heavy winter snow storm left the capital isolated and largely shut down over the weekend. Schools, city hall and public transportation were all set to return to operation in one form or another.

The Israel Electric Corporation said Tuesday that it had returned power to all communities affected by power outages, except for a few isolated households in Jerusalem. At the height of the storm Friday, 60,000 households were left without power.

Read the Times of Israel article, December 17, 2013

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