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“A Russian tanker carrying desperately-needed fuel supplies for the far northern Alaskan city of Nome keeps getting stuck in thick ice flows as it crosses the frigid Bering Sea in the dead of winter,” says this article in the Daily Mail.
A massive storm prevented the town of 3,500 from receiving its last delivery of supplies before it was socked in by the unspeakable winter cold.
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“This area is the Alaskan side of the Northwest Passage,” says Norm. “It doesn’t look like it will be “ice-free” anytime soon. “