Woman treated for extreme exposure after spending night outside
A woman in her 60s is being treated for extreme exposure after she was found near the front gate of the Wolfville Watershed Nature Preserve.
Published Tuesday, March 14, 2017 12:33PM ADT
A Nova Scotia woman is being treated for extreme exposure after spending a night outside in sub-zero temperatures.
She was found Friday morning near the front gate of the Wolfville Watershed Nature Preserve.
Wolfville Mayor Jeff Cantwell says the woman is a seasonal employee of the town, but isn’t currently employed.
Cantwell says they are trying to determine why she was in the area with her vehicle.
A friend of the woman says she fell after her truck got stuck in the mud. She was found hours later by someone who was out for a walk.
The woman, who is in her 60s, remains in hospital.