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Snowmobile falls through ice in Rhinelander areaSubmitted: 02/25/2018
RHINELANDER -
A man fell through the ice while on his snowmobile Saturday in Rhinelander according to the Pine Lake Fire department.

The fire department responded to a report of a man laying on the ice near open water around 2:30 p.m. Saturday afternoon. The department says the man fell through the ice near the bridge on Cty W near Birchwood Dr. 

Oneida County Sheriff's Deputies and firefighters tossed a rope to the person. Once he was on shore, the man was taken into an ambulance to be warmed up. 

Firefighters were on scene for 45 minutes.


Story By: Dakota Sherek

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