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02/26/2001 11:25 AM ID: 3912 Permalink   

People in Moscow freeze to death

 

Another eight people in Moscow froze to death last week.

The winter has killed 179 people so far, most of them were homeless or alcoholics.

88 people were treated for hypothermia and 50 for frostbite.

 
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