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发布日期:2021年11月29日
Two skaters rescued after falling through ice in Canaan
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Published: 1/1/2021 2:09:01 PM
Modified: 1/1/2021 2:08:49 PM

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发布日期:2021年11月29日

CANAAN — Two ice skaters who fell through thin ice Wednesday morning on Canaan Street Lake were rescued after more than 25 minutes in the frigid water, according to the Canaan fire chief.

The two women, both Canaan residents, were more than 150 yards off-shore and were fortunate that Canaan police officer Matthew Bunten had just arrived at the lake to check the lock on the Canaan Street beach house and also make sure no one was venturing onto unstable ice, Fire Chief Bill Bellion said.

“These people were incredibly lucky,” Bellion said. “He saw two people probably 150 to 200 yards offshore. He looked away, looked back, and they were gone, and he knew that they were in the water.”

“I saw two people skating. I looked down and when I looked back up, they were no longer there,” Bunten told WCAX-TV.

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He heard them yelling and saw them in the water and alerted the dispatch center.

“I called out to them to try and put their arms on the ice, hopefully that they would freeze there and not slip back into the water,” Bunten said.

Bellion said the incident occurred at 10:46 a.m. and rescue crews responded from several towns, including Lebanon, Hanover, Hartford and Grafton.

Canaan first responders deployed two rescue sleds and four people in cold water survival suits and, aided by others with ropes for the ice rescue, were able to pull the women from the water and bring them back to shore, assisted by members of the Lebanon Fire Department.

The two women were swimming in the water, “one treading water, the other hanging onto the ice,” Bellion said.

Bellion said they were still able to talk when they were rescued and evaluated at the scene. They were then taken to Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center, where they were expected to recover.

“Right now they are probably warming up quite a bit. They were in the water for 27 minutes,” he said. “They would be hypothermic, based on that amount of time in the water.”

Bellion declined to release their names but said they were both Canaan residents “and probably have been skating on Canaan Street Lake for years.”

He said this is the third cold-water rescue his department has been involved in during the past year, and that Upper Valley residents need to use caution and stay off lakes and ponds until it gets much colder, especially given the recent rain.

“I would ask people to wait, especially given the way the weather is fluctuating, wait until we get several nights of temperatures in the single-digits and lower teens, and no rainfall coming into the lake and changing the lake level,” the fire chief said.

The town of Canaan also issued a warning to stay off lakes and ponds for now.

“Don’t take a chance. The ice is not safe at this time of year,” the warning said. “Ice needs to be 4 inches to 5 inches thick to walk on. … Remember that ice is usually thicker near the shore and much thinner farther from the shore.”

News staff writer John P. Gregg can be reached at jgregg@vnews.com or 603-727-3217.


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