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Parliament Roof Caves In Under 400-500kg Of Snow

Tragedy was narrowly avoided yesterday at the Croatian Parliament building in Croatia’s capital Zagreb when a glass roof caved in under the weight of heavy snow, writes Jutarnji list.

Parliament staff estimate that around 400-500 kilograms worth of snow was on the roof when it caved in. Nobody was underneath the glass roof when it caved in.

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