Sask. woman, 68, grateful for rescue after falling in snowbank on frigid afternoon

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Bonnie Letrud had spent the past 10 minutes screaming for help.

Letrud, 68, began to wonder whether anyone would find her lying in the snow behind her Warman, Sask. home. The Monday storm that left large drifts blocking roads across much of the province had passed, but the sun was now setting and wind chill values had dropped below -35 C.

Her thoughts shifted to her cats, and how she needed to get back to feed them, then to her late husband and daughter, who both died in recent months.

Luckily, someone did hear those screams, and Letrud is hoping to find her rescuers to say thank-you.

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