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Ten people have died of hypothermia and another 17 have been hurt in Volgograd
Ten people have died of hypothermia and another 17 have been hurt in Volgograd since Tuesday morning, the regional health care committee said. Most of the fatalities were homeless people. They were found by police, in streets and unheated structures. The bodies of two young men, found at a bus stop, were brought to a forensic bureau. A preliminary examination showed that the men had died in a state of heavy intoxication. Volgograd's ambulance service said 17 people had been rushed to hospital with signs of frostbite, including a woman and a child. Eleven of them were hospitalized. Of those, eight were drunk, medics said. Police said patrols overnight had helped 30 city residents reach their homes. The regional emergency situations department said there had been no breakdowns of utilities thus far. All schools in the province canceled classed as temperatures dropped to minus 30 to 32 degrees Celsius.
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