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The road conditions were particularly difficult in Chaudière -Appalaches.

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Around fifty students and staff from three schools at the Côte-du-Sud School Service Center, in Chaudière-Appalaches, had to spent last night at school due to difficult road conditions.

L'primary school of Hauts-Sommets, in Sainte-Perpétue, the Saint-Joseph primary school and the Rencontre secondary school, in Saint-Pamphile, had to accommodate students. The spokesperson for the School Service Center (CSS) explained, in an interview on the show Première Heure, that the decision to keep the children overnight was was taken around 8 p.m. as some roads were still impassable.

We had to find sleeping bags for everyone, often from citizens who live near schools, the same thing also for supper and breakfast. lunch. The affected communities quickly responded to the call, underlines Ms. Bégin.

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The 35 students who passed the night at high school do not seem to have been too bored since the gymnasium remained open for them and budding genius competitions were organized.

The CSS had closed several schools due to weather conditions, but not those in Sainte-Perpétue and Saint-Pamphile. The spokesperson emphasizes that at no time was there any mention of a storm in the weather forecast for March 21. However, it was indeed a storm that hit the region: Environment Canada reports that between 15 and 25 centimeters of snow fell and gusts of up to 80 kilometers per hour were recorded in Chaudière -Appalaches.

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Students were able to return home Friday morning. The CSS has taken the decision to close certain schools due to the still difficult road conditions.

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