Chaska Man Found Frozen Dies
The http://www.startribune.com/467/story/1025046.html">Star Tribune reported that Sean Patrick Humphrey was found early Saturday partly frozen to the pavement on the side of a road in Chaska. Humphrey appeared to have fallen as he was walking and hit his head on a curb, he was spotted by a city snowplow driver along Geske Road at Millpond Court, according to Sgt. Mike Duzan. Humphrey died Sunday on his 19th birthday at Hennepin County Medical Center in Minneapolis. Police said that he had been on the street for hours with no coat, hat or gloves and by the time he was taken to a hospital his core body temperature was 77 degrees. Duzan said there are no indications of foul play.
According to the Pioneer Press, Humphrey's parents called the polise after a report of a missing man was aired on the 5 p.m. Saturday news. TV reports showed pictures of Humphrey's gold watch and a ring he was wearing that had "diamond-like stones," Duzan said. A snowplow driver found him about 4:45 a.m. Saturday.