Source: Don Grummett, CTV News, February 10, 2020
Edmonton – The odour emitting from his feet is not a pleasant one. And even though it follows him everywhere, Derek Lamoriss can smell it, too.
But soon, the smell and at least parts of both his feet, will be gone.
“I’d prefer just the toes, yeah,” chuckled Lamoriss, 65, from his wheelchair in an atrium at Edmonton’s Royal Alexandra Hospital. “I can still wiggle them.”
All 10 of his toes and parts of both feet are black, ravaged by severe frostbite nearly one month ago.
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