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Abandoned Alaska child, 5, carries
toddler a half-mile in sub-zero temps
in socks, light clothes: police

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Posted By: MissMolly, 12/7/2019 4:16:03 AM

A 5-year-old child in a remote Alaskan village carried a toddler a half-mile to a neighbor’s house in bitter sub-zero temperatures after they were left home alone, police said Friday. The older child was frightened after the power went out at the home, so wearing only socks and light clothing, he picked up the younger child and started walking through temperatures that dipped 31 degrees below zero in the village of Venetie, Alaska, according to state troopers. Both children suffered cold-weather injuries, according to an Alaska Department of Safety news release.

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Reply 1 - Posted by: brutuspug 12/7/2019 6:16:38 AM (No. 255244)
My gosh! Now compare/contrast the noble behavior of this five year old in Alaska to Hunter Biden taking care of his dead brothers widow.......And then Joe says "Jack", or was it "Fat Jack"?
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Reply 2 - Posted by: LoneVoice 12/7/2019 6:55:28 AM (No. 255282)
This is one seriously tough kid!I I hope he and his sibling are adopted by a truly loving family. His 37 year mother on the other hand should be imprisoned...in Venezuela.
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Reply 3 - Posted by: F15 Gork 12/7/2019 6:57:15 AM (No. 255285)
He’ll do.......
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Reply 4 - Posted by: Kitty Myers 12/7/2019 7:02:42 AM (No. 255291)
God was obviously watching over these children.
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Reply 5 - Posted by: judy 12/7/2019 7:03:05 AM (No. 255292)
31 below? Where was the Mother & Father? That was really brave of a 5 year old. I wish both the best.
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Reply 6 - Posted by: Patchy Groundfog 12/7/2019 7:33:46 AM (No. 255318)
Just a crisp fall day in Alaska.
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Reply 7 - Posted by: NancyD 12/7/2019 8:32:17 AM (No. 255371)
I was skeptical when I read -31 degrees, but I looked it up and Wednesday the high was -17, low was -41, on Thursday the high was -39, low was -45, Friday high was -43 low -46. THAT is insane. Since libs think we can control the climate, we better do something to warm that area up! The Average temp for this time of year is high -1, low -11
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Reply 8 - Posted by: franq 12/7/2019 8:41:57 AM (No. 255381)
Agree, #4. Talk about harshing your mellow.
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Reply 9 - Posted by: GO3 12/7/2019 9:04:02 AM (No. 255401)
The mom, or whoever she is, is a piker compared to some in small rural communities. I know of three kids 10 through 16 who’s parents split up and simply left the kids to fend for themselves for a year. Terrific, huh?
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Reply 10 - Posted by: cor-vet 12/7/2019 9:09:51 AM (No. 255407)
The children were lucky there were no polar bears out and about. Polar bears consider humans to be a natural part of their diet.
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Reply 11 - Posted by: chumley 12/7/2019 9:17:09 AM (No. 255419)
Those temperatures are typical of the year I spent up there. You get used to it, and Alaskans are pretty tough anyway. Plus the five year old knew there was no help available, so he took it upon himself to take care of business. That's how we became the dominant species on the planet. In a world before 911 everyone did that. Good for him.
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Reply 12 - Posted by: Sunhan65 12/7/2019 10:30:25 AM (No. 255507)
Good kid. It's surprising what you can do based on where you grew up. I was raised in similar temperatures and did some quick comparisons in my head. I've done fast walks in a t-shirt and socks in temperatures colder than -31F, but only to take out the garbage or start the car. If you're not properly dressed, anything below -10 Fahrenheit becomes a matter of time and distance. You know you're on the clock, and you have to keep moving. Air flow is your other enemy. If you walk too fast, you get too cold that much quicker. If the wind picks up substantially, you're going to have a bad time. Last winter I went out to start my car wearing a t-shirt, shorts, and Crocs. It was morning and still dark. At first, the car wouldn't start. Then it caught badly, with the engine making a terrible grinding sound. I shut it off immediately and thought, "Super. My car is broken." Then I looked at the outside temperature gauge in the dashboard. It said -49F. My next thought was, "Great. Now my temperature gauge is broken too!" I literally tapped it like a pilot hoping for more fuel in an old war movie. By this time, the water from the snow that had melted inside my Crocs during the walk to the car was beginning to re-freeze around my feet, and my sleep-addled brain finally got the message: My car wasn't broken. It really was that cold. The engine had simply frozen. Seven months later I was sitting in a car in Las Colinas, Texas, and I looked at the outside temperature gauge. It said 109F. I took a picture and sent it to my family up north. We all laughed because none of us had ever seen a temperature that high before. That second temperature seemed stranger to me than the first.
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Reply 13 - Posted by: DVC 12/7/2019 10:51:55 AM (No. 255540)
You gotta be tough to survive in Alaska, especially with an incompetent fool for a mother.
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Reply 14 - Posted by: Sandpiper 12/7/2019 10:54:18 AM (No. 255546)
Oh my!! Can you imagine being the neighbor who opened the door to these children? “Where are your parents?!” In small remote communities like this my experience is that people look out for each other.
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Reply 15 - Posted by: DVC 12/7/2019 11:59:09 AM (No. 255651)
It was -5 at our cabin in the Colorado mountains in late October, and we were driving on an unplowed road many miles from 'the hard road'. We were reasonably well dressed, and in a 4WD vehicle, but aware that the temps were potentially deadly if things when awry. -31 is a lot worse, and they were certainly not dressed for it. This makes me think of the old poster, "He ain't heavy. He's my brother." The older folks here will remember it. I think it was for Boy's Town.
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Reply 16 - Posted by: Rumblehog 12/7/2019 12:01:09 PM (No. 255653)
I fear that 5 year old will lose most of both feet. Frostbite is a very serious injury.
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Reply 17 - Posted by: lakerman1 12/7/2019 1:36:26 PM (No. 255731)
Here is the quick story on how our Russian children became available for adoption. In February, 1994, in the middle of the night in Moscow, Russia, the two little children were left alone while the parents went drinking. The 5 year old girl took her 22 month old brother outside, looking for the parents. (The motivation was probably the lack of food in the apartment.) A police officer found them wandering the streets, the parents lost custody, and the two little ones were placed in an orphanage, called a Children's Home. During their 27 months in the Children's Home, their parents visited them just once. We brought them to the U.S. on Mother's Day, 1996.
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Reply 18 - Posted by: LC Chihuahua 12/7/2019 2:04:22 PM (No. 255744)
They are lucky to be alive. One wrong turn...
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Reply 19 - Posted by: rochow 12/7/2019 4:49:52 PM (No. 255815)
The parents should be sterilized, the children adopted into a loving family. Drugs and alcohol on parade once again from the state where most are on some sort of 'something'!!
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