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Drunks at game worry G.B. Fire more than frostbite

Even though wind chills should be well below zero during Sunday's game, the Green Bay fire department isn't expecting to treat a lot of people for frostbite.

Lt. Nick Craig says the department doesn't plan to have extra staff on hand. He says their biggest concern isn't cold weather injuries, it's drunk fans. He says alcohol can affect people different, when they're cold.

Craig says they'll probably be busier, treating people who get hurt, because they're too drunk.

Craig says people need to dress in layers to protect themselves from the cold, and find a warm place to hang out, in the stadium, if they get too cold.

posted : January, 3rd by WHBY

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