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Ad Choices. Ryan Garza The Flint Journal A homeless Stephen Frye, 47, passed out one night after drinking and woke up in a hospital with frostbite so bad both of his legs and one of his arms needed to be amputated. He lost both of his legs and one of his arms to frostbite last month.
Another big question mark: Where will he stay and Seekin will care for him as he recovers from Seeking down to Flint Michigan gentleman amputations? Those answers are hard to come by. They have been robbed, hit by cars and shot during their years of living on the streets. The two made headlines in a incident when they were wounded gemtleman a man opened fire on three homeless men living in a cooler in Genesee Township.
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Frye, 32, who was not related to the brothers, was killed in the shooting, as was the shooter after he fired at police. He said he remembers getting some water at a Seeking down to Flint Michigan gentleman station and talking to some on-call emergency medical technicians he knows near Saginaw Street and Coldwater.
Tom Knight, homeless outreach coordinator for Resource Genesee, said he is trying to secure services, assistance and housing for Frye but has been unable to reach him or his brother Thursday.
Michael Frye said his brother was to be discharged from Hurley Medical Center on Tuesday, something the hospital could not confirm. Hurley officials declined comment.Zionhill PA Wife Swapping
Knight said if he is able to reach either of the Fryes, there is a possibility of help for both of them. Editor's note: This post has been updated. Footer Navigation.