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Snow falls in El Paso
Date: 12/23/2011 Album ID: 1384611
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The snow began falling hours earlier than meteorologists had predicted Friday morning.
A lone vehicle drives down I-10 East after making it past several spun-out vehicles on the roadway as those traveling westbound try to pass an icy patch of roadway Friday morning. Mark Lambie/El Paso Times
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A motorist tries to push a vehicle off the roadway on I-10 East near Sunland Park Drive Friday morning. Mark Lambie/El Paso Times
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Motorists help a woman gain traction by releasing air from her tires as she spun-out Friday morning on I-10 East near Sunland Park Drive. Mark Lambie/El Paso Times
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Motorists try to get traction on Thunderbird Dr. Friday morning after the road iced over. mark Lambie/El Paso times
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A motorist left his vehicle Friday morning on I-10 East near Sunland Park Drive to hellp motorists maneuver past several spun-out vehicles on the iced over freeway. Mark Lambie/El Paso times
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Snow covered roads in Anthony Friday morning. Adriana Chavez / El Paso Times
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Snow covered roads Friday in Anthony. Adriana Chavez / El Paso Times
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The Kern Place area in West-Central El Paso saw an accumulation of snow. The snow began falling on the West Side around 6 a.m. Friday. Ruben R. Ramirez / El Paso Times
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The Kern Place area in West-Central El Paso saw an accumulation of snow. The snow began falling on the West Side around 6 a.m. Friday. Ruben R. Ramirez / El Paso Times
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The Kern Place area in West-Central El Paso saw an accumulation of snow. The snow began falling on the West Side around 6 a.m. Friday. Ruben R. Ramirez / El Paso Times
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The Kern Place area in West-Central El Paso saw an accumulation of snow. The snow began falling on the West Side around 6 a.m. Friday. Ruben R. Ramirez / El Paso Times
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The Kern Place area in West-Central El Paso saw an accumulation of snow. The snow began falling on the West Side around 6 a.m. Friday. Ruben R. Ramirez / El Paso Times
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Ramiro Escobar, 17, braved the weather Friday morning to make the twenty-five minute walk from his home to the Santa Fe International Bridge so he could pay a holiday visit to family members in Jaurez.
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The snow continues to fall Friday morning in Downtown El Paso.
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Passengers at the Greyhound Bus Station in El Paso receive snacks,  sandwiches and water from members of the Salvation Army after being stranded in El Paso due to weather conditions. Ashley Tosh and her 2-yr-old son Tristan wait for word on when they will be able to continue their trip to Tucson, AZ as over 200 passengers aboard incoming busses have been told that might be at the station until tomorrow depending on how much the weather clears up. Ruben R Ramirez/El Paso Times
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Jesus Dominguez shovels snow off of his driveway earlly Friday mornign to be able to get in and out of his driveway. Dominguez says that everytime it snows his family has a hard time getting in and out due to the incline of his driveway. Ruben R Ramirez/El Paso Times
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Jesus Dominguez shovels snow off of his driveway earlly Friday mornign to be able to get in and out of his driveway. Dominguez says that everytime it snows his family has a hard time getting in and out due to the incline of his driveway. Ruben R Ramirez/El Paso Times
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