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Winter weather claims one life in Panhandle

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Near Berea, Tuesday Near Berea, Tuesday

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BEREA, Neb. (AP) Searchers on snowmobiles have found a 19-year-old man alive after they found the body of his mother in a field near Berea.

The Nebraska State Patrol says 35-year-old Lisa Conrad called her husband early yesterday to tell him she'd been stranded by the snowstorm and her son was walking from their Berea home to meet her.

Conrad's body was discovered about a half-mile west of the highway. Her son, Brandon Conrad Jr., was found at an abandoned farmhouse.

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