Rescue crews pulled a person from frigid waters after they plunged through ice in Amherst, New Hampshire Monday night.
According to Amherst Fire Rescue, the person was able to be quickly hauled out of Honey Pot Pond after they fell through the ice.
Despite frigid temperatures throughout the New England region this week, officials say that the ice is still unreliable to walk on due to modulating temperatures.
“Please avoid the ice on lakes, ponds, and especially rivers until we have several weeks of freezing temps,” said Amherst Fire Rescue in a statement on their Facebook page.
If you are wondering if the ice is safe yet, it is not. Tonight Amherst Fire Rescue members responded to Honey Pot Pond...
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