Three people freeze to death in Bosnia
SARAJEVO -- The bodies of three people believed to have frozen to death have been found in Sarajevo and Teslić, Bosnia-Herzegovina.
The body of H.Đ., 55, was found in a broken-down house in Ilidža, Sarajevo, and the doctor confirmed that the victim had died of freezing.
Police also found a body of J.M., 74, from Sarajevo yesterday, while the body of M.P., 46, was discovered the same day by a local road near the town of Teslić.
Both victims were males and died from exposure to the freezing temperature.
Meanwhile, heavy snowfall has been paralyzing roads in Bosnia-Herzegovina for the last three days, with temperatures dropping as low as minus 25 degrees centigrade this morning.
The weather is expected to improve in the coming days.
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