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On Friday morning, it was raining, the ski slopes of the Alps were covered in snow, and everyone was taking a break from skiing.
But it was not just the people of Switzerland, but all the people in the Alps and in Switzerland themselves, who had to get up early.
A huge avalanche hit the ski area at the village of La Bordeaux, in southern Switzerland.
At first, people were told to leave the ski lifts at La Bordela and the resort town of Bordeau.
However, the avalanche was so strong that they had to evacuate.
There was also a major avalanche in the same area.
According to the National Disaster Agency, there were at least 5,000 landslides in the Alpine regions of Switzerland and about 30 avalanches, but no deaths or serious injuries.
The Alpine region is located in a region known for its beautiful, high mountains.
It has been described as “one of the most beautiful places on Earth” and is known for snowfall rates of up to 100 millimetres a day.