Another Foot Found in British Columbia
Boot-clad appendage is ninth to wash up
A human foot washed up on the shore of a Vancouver-area lake on Saturday, raising to nine the number of severed feet found in British Columbia's waterways in the past four years. The foot, clad in a size 12 Cougar hiking boot, is the first of the missing feet to turn up in freshwater rather than on the coast. Authorities say they don't suspect foul play, and have distributed images of the shoe to the media in hopes that someone who might be able to link the footwear to a missing person will come forward.
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