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More Surgery for Lommel

Updated: 01/20/2014 6:46 PM
Created: 01/20/2014 4:39 PM WDIO.com

The UMD student recovering from frostbite is scheduled to have another surgery Tuesday.

Alyssa Lommel's mother, Teri, posted on CaringBridge that her daughter will have work done by the plastic and hand surgeons and the burn doctors.  She had one surgery earlier this month and had some tips of her toes amputated, as well as a portion of one of her feet.

Teri asked people to pray for the doctors and for Alyssa to find peace and comfort ahead of the surgery.

Lommel suffered severe hypothermia and frostbite in December after spending the night outdoors in sub-zero temps.

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