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In this April 24, 2008 photo, Carl Larson, left and his brother William are seen at their farm house in Oklee, Minn. William Larson, 98, was found unresponsive in a field by a pair of hunters early Wednesday morning. He later died. Carl Larson, 95, was in fair condition Monday in a Thief River Falls hospital after suffering hypothermia while looking for his brother.(Minnesota Public Radio, Jeffrey Thompson)

Oaklee hypothermia death: 'It's going to be different with Bill gone'

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Carl Larson, 95, the last of four Swedish bachelor brothers who raised horses and farmed near Oklee, Minn., remains hospitalized in Thief River Falls after suffering hypothermia when he walked away from the farmstead last week.

His condition has been upgraded from serious to fair, a nursing supervisor said Monday.

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