Please help me save this plant!
About 5 days ago, I saw a tropical plant in the neighbor's trash. They had it for the summer or something like that, and they no longer wanted it, so they threw it out. It was completely green and healthy-looking when they tossed it, but leaving it in the cold over night (it was about 30 degrees) must have put it into shock. The next day was when I found it, and I bought soil and a pot and worked on trying to revive this plant.
But I'm not sure what to do.
I've brought a plant back from near-death before, about ten years ago, and I know this thing can be saved, I just don't know how.
Skip forward to today. At this point, the stem is woody near the bottom, and the rest of the stem is still green, but the top of the stems are wilted, and all of the leaves are very loose (if I move it, or mist it, more leaves fall off; they would probably all fall off at this point if I even shake it).
I have a feeling that all of the leaves will end up falling off on their own if I don't do something soon, but I don't know what to do.
The plant is sitting by a window with normal temperature (never gets lower than 60), usually 69-70 during the day).
I have three images of the plant, you can view them all here:
I need help, I want to save this plant, but I'm not sure what to do. I'm afraid if I remove the dying leaves (all of them), it'll die since it has no more leaves. Further, if I cut back the dying parts of the stem, I'm not sure what will happen either.
Does anyone know how to save this plant?