A pickup pulling a trailer fell through the ice on Pearl Lake in Maine Prairie Township near Rockville Sunday. The Stearns County Sheriff's Office says it happened at about 5:20 p.m. near the public access.
Look at my list of biggest fears and you'll find 'falling through the ice' (just ahead of spending a Friday night at Chuck E Cheese). There have been an increase in reports of vehicles going through the ice recently, so this morning we spoke with local Minnesota DNR Conservation Officer Mike Crowell about how to stay safe.
Take a look at my top-ten list of fears and you'll find 'falling through the ice' (somewhere between being buried in an avalanche and spending a Friday night at Chuck E Cheese). Just this Sunday a man went through the ice on his ATV on Lake Koronis near Paynesville.
Take a look at my top-ten list of fears and you'll find 'falling through the ice' (somewhere between being buried in an avalanche and spending a Friday night at Chuck E Cheese). Yesterday I spoke with Minnesota DNR Conservation Officer Chad Thesing, and he offered these tips for staying safe.
Let this be a reminder, it is no longer safe to be out on the ice here in Central Minnesota. The Twins are playing baseball for god's sake. It's Spring and the ice is dangerous. Firefighters rescued three men clinging to a piece of ice yesterday in the Mississippi near Brainerd.
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