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Published: 2/15/2013 - Updated: 1 year ago


2 dogs stranded on ice floe rescued

Two dogs were rescued Feb. 15 from an ice floe after being stranded on Maumee Bay for almost 10 hours. CLICK ON ANY IMAGE TO ENLARGE PHOTO, START SLIDESHOW.

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Jeff Johnson of Washington Township watches the two stranded dogs. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Jeff Johnson of Washington Township watches the two stranded dogs.
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A rescue crew takes a hover craft into icy water to rescue the dogs. Enlarge | Buy This Photo A rescue crew takes a hover craft into icy water to rescue the dogs.
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Left to right Sgt. Stephen Zarecki, officer Brian O'Connell, and Don Parks keep watch over  two dogs. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Left to right Sgt. Stephen Zarecki, officer Brian O'Connell, and Don Parks keep watch over two dogs.
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People watch the two dogs stranded on the ice. Enlarge | Buy This Photo People watch the two dogs stranded on the ice.
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Corey Weiner, of Toledo, contemplates taking his boat out to rescue the dogs. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Corey Weiner, of Toledo, contemplates taking his boat out to rescue the dogs.
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Citizens contemplate using a boat  to rescue the dogs. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Citizens contemplate using a boat to rescue the dogs.
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People watch the stranded dogs. Enlarge | Buy This Photo People watch the stranded dogs.
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A rescue crew takes a hover craft into icy water. Enlarge | Buy This Photo A rescue crew takes a hover craft into icy water.
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Deputy dog warden Ron Cannon takes the two dogs into custody. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Deputy dog warden Ron Cannon takes the two dogs into custody.
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