2 Escape Frozen Stearns County Lake After ATV Breaks Though Thin IceTwo people were able to escape frigid waters Saturday evening when the ATV they were riding broke through thin ice on a central Minnesota lake.
Man, 46, Climbs Out Of Lake After ATV Crashes Through IceThe side-by-side ATV sank into about six or seven feet of water. The man was helped out of the water by a fisher.
Man, 94, Rescued After ATV Breaks Through Thin IceInvestigators said nearby fishers were able to help pull the man, who is from Alexandria, out of the water uninjured.
Minnesota DNR Warns Ice Still Too Thin In Many Parts Of The StateThe DNR recommends four inches of ice before walking or skating, five inches for snowmobiling, and at least eight inches for driving a car.
2 ATVs Break Through Ice In St. Louis CountyThe St. Louis County Sheriff's Office used the incident as an opportunity to remind people not to go out on thin ice.
Sheriff: Man Rescued After Snowmobile Goes Through The IceA 36-year-old man had to be rescued from Rice Lake Saturday after his snowmobile went through the ice, according to the Becker County Sheriff's Office.
'You Can't Go By The Calendar': DNR Warns Of Ice Depth Uncertainty Across MinnesotaThe recent mild temperatures have made for uncertain ice conditions in parts of the state.
Brown County Sheriff Warns People To Use Caution After Ice Fishing House Falls Through IceAn ice fishing house fell through the ice on Lake Hanska on Thursday. No one was inside at the time, and the owner has been accounted for.
Water Patrol Unit Workers Stress Much Of Minnesota's Ice Isn't Yet Safe To Venture OntoThe Hennepin County Sheriff's Office Water Patrol unit says right now, no one should be driving cars or trucks out on the ice.
Sheriff Warns Of Thin Ice After Two Snowmobilers Fall Through On Lake MinnetonkaSigns warning against thin ice on Lake Minnetonka were posted Sunday after two snowmobiles fell through the ice Saturday night.
Sheriff Warns Of Danger Of Thin Ice After 4 Vehicles Break Through Madison LakePolice in Blue Earth County are warning residents about the dangers of thin ice after three separate vehicles went through Madison Lake Saturday.