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26 anglers rescued after ice drifts away from Minnesota shoreline

26 anglers rescued after ice drifts away from Minnesota shoreline

Crews from the Duluth Fire Department rescued 26 anglers on Lake Superior, when an ice floe broke away from the Minnesota shoreline, stranding them in frigid weather. No injuries were reported, and the crews brought the anglers to shore a few at a time by boat. The rescue operation was conducted by the Coast Guard, the St. Louis County Sheriff’s Rescue Squad and the Duluth Police Department.

Tom A
Tom A
ConcealCarryProtect
ConcealCarryProtect 1 months

As long as they had fishing poles and beer, knowing Minnesotans they probably were cool with it. "OH hey, the durn boat is here, like they are rescuing us or something ay, good thing, almost out of brewskies"

Darin
Darin 1 months

what about their gear?

Patty
Patty 1 months

LOL

Silence Dogood
Silence Dogood 1 months

This happens year after year....morons.

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