Duluth man who froze to death struggled with alcoholism
DULUTH - Family and friends on Monday remembered Scott Anthony Miner, 22, as a person who loved being outdoors, even as they tried to come to grips with his death alone and in the elements early Sunday.
Miner apparently died of hypothermia, authorities said. His frozen body was found in an empty parking lot near the Copasetic Lounge on Central Entrance about 9 a.m. Sunday. He was a member of the extended family that owns Super One Foods.
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