Snow-storm INSIDE a bus after it breaks down in Russian Arctic with windows open

Snow-storm INSIDE a bus: Passengers turned to snowmen after being trapped for 40 minutes in -15F when vehicle breaks down with windows stuck open in Russian Arctic city Bus passengers in Arctic Circle city of Norilsk got stuck in a bone-chilling storm Vehicle broke down for 40 minutes with windows stuck open in -15F (-26C)  Video shows freezing people getting covered in snow while sitting inside the bus Norilsk is one of the world's northernmost cities, where winter lasts nine moths 

By Will Stewart In Moscow for MailOnline

Published: 08:09 GMT, 2 January 2020 | Updated: 08:09 GMT, 2 January 2020

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The first bus ride back to work after New Year is never pleasant - but it was particularly brutal for commuters in the Russian Arctic Circle city of Norilsk.  

Passengers filmed themselves getting snowed on inside the vehicle after it broke down in bone-chilling temperatures of -15F (-26C) with some windows suck open.

Local Lyubov Sedova said the bus was stuck for 40 minutes as winds of 65mph whipped passengers with snow and ice before they could get moving again.

Bus passengers in the Russian Arctic city of Norilsk were turned into virtual snowmen after their vehicle broke down with some of the windows suck open

Bus passengers in the Russian Arctic city of Norilsk were turned into virtual snowmen after their

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