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No trend in exposure deaths, medical examiner says

3 hypothermia victims this winter 'an oddity'

8:46 AM, Mar. 23, 2013
Snow falls in downtown Green Bay on Jan. 30.
Snow falls in downtown Green Bay on Jan. 30.
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This winter is shaping up to be colder than normal, but that doesn't appear to be the reason for the almost unheard of number of exposure deaths in Brown County this winter, Brown County Medical Examiner Al Klimek says.

"It's an oddity. It doesn't show a trend of hypothermia coming up in the future or anything like that," Klimek said Friday.

The county doesn't get more than a few every 10 years, so it is unusual to get three in one season, but that's what happened this year, he said. ...

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