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Hypothermia (INACTIVE)

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  • Five die in Kentucky flooding; record heat in New York

    Five people were reported killed by flooding in Kentucky on a weekend that included snow in the Midwest and New England, tornadoes in the South and record heat in New York. Almost half a million customers were reportedly without power across Michigan...
  • Flooding, snow and record heat

    Flooding in Kentucky left five people dead on a winter weekend that included snow in the Midwest and New England, apparent tornadoes in the South and record heat in New York. Almost half a million customers were reportedly without power across...
  • Ways to protect pets from South Florida cold weather

    Ways to protect pets from South Florida cold weather
    Pet owners around here tend to deal with warm weather, but the recent South Florida cold snap has local experts warning about hypothermia and other potential health problems. “Dogs and cats have much less tolerance for cold weather in Florida then...
  • Woman missing after car swept by floodwaters

    Woman missing after car swept by floodwaters
    Indiana authorities have spent two fruitless days searching for a woman who was apparently washed away by floodwaters but plan to try again tomorrow. The Indiana Department of Natural Resources said Kathryn McGill, 31, was a passenger in a pickup...
  • After losing police, ex-con's body found in Butler County pond

    After losing police, ex-con's body found in Butler County pond
    An ex-con's efforts to hide from police are apparently what killed him. Nicholas Vampran had recently been paroled after serving four years for several crimes, including burglary. On Wednesday, Derby Police were chasing the 35-year-old, who was a suspect...
  • Navy, Coast Guard suspend search for sailor missing in chopper crash

    Coast Guard and U.S. Navy officials announced Thursday that they had suspended their search for a sailor who was missing after a Navy helicopter crashed into the sea off Virginia, killing two and injuring two others. The five crew members on the MH-...
  • Man, 50, is 2nd cold death in Cook County

    Man, 50, is 2nd cold death in Cook County
    A 50-year-old man who died on Saturday in the Little Village neighborhood is the second person to succumb to cold temperatures in Cook County this season, officials said today. Daniel Badillo, whose home address was not available, was found Saturday on...
  • Man found under bridge is 3rd cold death of season

    Man found under bridge is 3rd cold death of season
    A man discovered unresponsive under a bridge in the North Park neighborhood this week became the third person to die from causes related to cold exposure this season, authorities said. David Kraft, 52, who was believed to be homeless and gave his home...
  • Northfield man is 11th in Cook County to die from cold

    Northfield man is 11th in Cook County to die from cold
    A Northfield man died earlier this week from hypothermia, making him the 11th person found to have died from cold-related causes in Cook County this season, according to officials. Robert Sembrat, 55, of the 300 block of Bristol Street in the north...
  • 4 die in Bay Area cold snap; rain headed to Southern California

    4 die in Bay Area cold snap; rain headed to Southern California
    Four people died of hypothermia in the Bay Area in a cold snap that is expected to bring rain and cooler temperatures Saturday to Southern California. Three of the Northern California victims died on the street in San Jose, including one under an...
  • Buck dies after being trapped in ice on Des Plaines River

    Buck dies after being trapped in ice on Des Plaines River
    A young buck pulled out of the icy Des Plaines River this morning in Willow Springs did not survive, officials said. The 300-pound buck was breathing after firefighters rescued it and brought it to an Animal Welfare League van waiting nearby. As the...
  • It's Best To Avoid Going Into a Woman's Purse

    Editor's note: Jim is currently researching and writing about Connecticut's historic weather from 1764 to the present. Those weather stories will be published in January in the first month of The Courant's yearlong celebration of its 250th anniversary...