- The young girl was found dead Thursday morning by her mother in the entrance to her apartment building
- Temperatures in the area reached minus-27 overnight
A six-year-old girl was found dead Thursday morning in far northern Minnesota after spending hours in temperatures that fell to nearly 30 degrees-below-zero.
The unidentified girl was found frozen to death at 6.23am at her home in Bemidji, Minnesota, about 115 miles east of Grand Forks, North Dakota.
She was found inside her apartment building’s front entrance by both her mother and a neighbor who both immediately called 911, said authorities.