A mother was found frozen on a Winnipeg street. Police say a frozen body was found in the city on December 28th. It has not been officially released who exactly the person is. Police have also not released information on where the body was found. However, CTV Winnipeg spoke to family members, and they have identified the deceased as 29-year-old, mother of four, Windy Sinclair.
Sinclair’s four kids are between the ages of four and 11 and she is said to have been struggling with a methamphetamine addiction. Her mother is furious with the Winnipeg hospital. She told local news that her daughter was supposed to be laying in the hospital and has no idea how her daughter’s body ended up frozen behind an apartment building. Eleanor Sinclair said, “I’m really, really angry right now at the hospital that failed to keep her safe”.
The mother told CTV Winnipeg that her daughter, Windy, was found dead just days after she was taken to Seven Oaks Hospital by ambulance on Christmas Day and went missing shortly thereafter. According to reports, the Winnipeg police were called to the area of the 300 block of Furby, south of Portage Avenue. They went there after getting a call around 8 a.m. local time Thursday, December 28th.
Once Police got there, they found a body that was found completely frozen near a shed behind an apartment block. They remained at the scene for a few days. According to a witness who spoke to CBC News, the area was surrounded by a tarp and heater, which were used to warm the area because the person was frozen to the ground. The Winnipeg Regional Health Authority is investigating and hopes to meet with the family of the mother of four.
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