At least 34 people rescued from snowflakes in the United States

At least 34 people rescued from snowflakes in the United States

Boat trips in Green Bay may be at the core of the breakup of the ice sheet. Rescue took about 90 minutes

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At least 34 people had to be rescued on Saturday after they were trapped in a snowflake drifting off the coast of Point Comfort in Green Bay, Wisconsin, United States.

according to CNNThe alert was received at 10:15 a.m. (local time), citing a Brown police source. The rescue took about 90 minutes and 34 people were pulled out of the snow patch without damage.

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“We believe that a boat passing through the bay shortly before the ice broke may have contributed to destabilizing the ice,” the department said.

By the end of the rescue the iceberg floated for about a kilometer and “though apparently stable, the situation was deteriorating rapidly”. The rescue was carried out using boats operated by fans (airboats).

Rescue in Green Bay (Photo: Police)

Two of those rescued from the ice told WLUK that they were ice fishing for the first time when they heard gunshots.

Shane Nelson said, “It looked like someone had fired. We thought it was an interesting noise. We got out of the tent, looked around and … some people were shouting that the ice was breaking.” ” Ice Fishing with Robert Verhagen.

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