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Man Dies After Falling Through Ice

A man who broke through the ice on a Burnsville pond has died.

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Sherburne County Sheriff Warns Of Dangers Of Thin Ice

Despite our recent stretch of cold weather, you're still being advised to be careful on the areas frozen lakes. Sherburne County Sheriff Joel Brott says two recreational vehicles have broken through the ice on Big Elk Lake in the past nine days.

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DNR Uses Little Rock Lake Rescue to Warn You About Thin Ice

WATAB TOWNSHIP -- A Sartell man who fell through thin ice on Little Rock Lake is reportedly awake and communicating with doctors, thanks in part, to a DNR Conservation Officer's quick thinking.

Acting Lieutenant Tony Musatov of Sauk Rapids and two other men hopped into an aluminum boat and quickly did whatever they could to reach 30-year-old Joshua Johnson who was struggling to stay afloat

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Hennepin County Sheriff Urges Caution on Thin Ice

Hennepin County Sheriff Rich Stanek is issuing an early reminder to be cautious around partially frozen ponds, lakes and other bodies of water.

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Sartell Man in Critical Condition After Falling Through Thin Ice

A Sartell man is in critical condition after falling through thin ice. The Benton County Sheriff's Office says the man fell through the ice on Little Rock Lake in Watab Township just after 11:00 this morning (Friday).

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3 Men Escape from SUV As It Breaks Through Ice

Three men escaped injury after the SUV they were riding in broke through the ice on Lake Koronis. The Stearns County Sheriff's Department says the incident happened at about 5:30 a.m. this (Tuesday) morning.

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Minnesota Dad Charged in Ice Accident that Killed Baby

A suburban Minneapolis man is charged with a felony for allegedly driving drunk when the family's SUV plunged through the ice on Lake Minnetonka, killing his baby daughter last month.

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Sartell Man Not Hurt When Pick-Up Breaks Through Thin Ice

A Sartell man is okay after his pick-up fell through the ice on a Todd County lake. The Sheriff's department says the incident happened at about 7:45 a.m. on Saturday on Big Birch Lake.

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Pickup Goes Through Thin Ice on Sherburne County Lake

No one was hurt after a vehicle broke through thin ice in Palmer Township last night.

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UPDATE: Baby Pulled from Lake Remains Hospitalized

A 9-month-old girl remains in critical condition after her family's sport utility vehicle went through the ice on Lake Minnetonka.

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