According to reports from the site ruv.is, the 'Iceland at this time is experiencing some real blizzard, with extended blackouts throughout the region and motorists stranded in their cars. Unfortunately due to the severe weather, 13,000 sheep were literally buried in snow, while they were still outside in the pastures. Hundreds of volunteers are provided to help farmers to find any live specimens in an exhausting search against time. Fortunately, the resistance of these animals has allowed the vast majority of weather-resistant, although many others do not have it. To make it even more difficult situation, are attacks of foxes to the sheep trapped, often brutally injured. The association of breeders, given the consequences, speaks of unprecedented disaster. Meanwhile, it remains a state of emergency issued Wednesday by the National Commissioner of the Icelandic Civil Protection Department for the District of Þingeyjarsýsla, in northern Iceland. The manager of the service electric Icelandic speaks of a damage very high, since most of the region is the dark. Several tourists were saved by rescuers in the early Langjökul the glacier, after they had ignored the signs of closing the road. A case found five times in four days. The snowfall in Iceland in September are not so rare, but such an event, which led to accumulation of 2 meters, it is certainly an important event in relation to the period. Here's an amazing video that shows the rescue of a specimen buried by snow.