Maine's Homeless Struggle In Subzero Temperatures

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The latest winter storm left parts of Maine feeling as cold as 45 degrees below zero. For the homeless, the blistering cold makes an already difficult situation challenging. Susan Sharon found people lined up at a city shelter, making the best of the resources available while outreach workers quizzed them about whether they had warm places to spend the night.

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