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Wind Chill: Iyal and Canada u.s

wind chill: I am thinking about it, according to Toronto Star. When you wake up from the bed you see your hands and you don't have your fingers, Iyal, 36, said in an interview last month. It comes into my dreams all the time. Razak Iyal, one of two asylum seekers who walked across the Canada/U.S. border in December and lost his fingers and toes because of severe frostbite, is photographed as he enters his refugee hearing in Winnipeg, Man., June 13, 2017. The overnight wind chill dipped to -30 C as the men trudged through snowy fields in the dark. JOHN WOODS / THE CANADIAN PRESS A powerful winter storm was pounding southern Manitoba as Iyal and Seidu Mohammed, whom he had met at a bus station in Minneapolis in 2016, made their way to the Canada-United States border near Emerson. ( As reported in the news.