After spending Tuesday night outside, Joel Hinson, who is homeless, gathered his belongings and made his way to a grocery store in Westport to warm up. He paused along the way to warm his hands from the bitter cold. Hinson said he dresses in layers and when he can get them, uses hand-warmers in his socks to stay as warm as he can overnight.
After spending Tuesday night outside, Joel Hinson, who is homeless, gathered his belongings and made his way to a grocery store in Westport to warm up. He paused along the way to warm his hands from the bitter cold. Hinson said he dresses in layers and when he can get them, uses hand-warmers in his socks to stay as warm as he can overnight. Rich Sugg The Kansas City Star
After spending Tuesday night outside, Joel Hinson, who is homeless, gathered his belongings and made his way to a grocery store in Westport to warm up. He paused along the way to warm his hands from the bitter cold. Hinson said he dresses in layers and when he can get them, uses hand-warmers in his socks to stay as warm as he can overnight. Rich Sugg The Kansas City Star

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