On Thursday, a man from Nome, Alaska was rescued 40 miles outside of town after having spent three days trapped in his truck in -17 degree temperatures. Clifton Vial, 52, had gone for a joy ride in his Toyota Tacoma when it got stuck in a snowdrift. Out of cellphone range and unable to free the vehicle, Vial attempted to sustain himself with the only provisions he had: a few cans of frozen Coors Light, which he cut open and ate "like beans." By the time rescue crews found him, Vail had lost 16 pounds.
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