A day after more than 175 ice fishermen were rescued from a floe in Lake Erie, a number of them were back on the ice Sunday trying to retrieve their stranded equipment. This time, however, they appeared to be staying on the side of the ice connected to the shore, according to law enforcement officers.
OAK HARBOR, Ohio - A day after more than 175 ice fishermen were rescued from a floe in Lake Erie, a number of them were back on the ice Sunday trying to retrieve their stranded equipment. This time, however, they appeared to be staying on the side of the ice connected to the shore, according to law enforcement officers. "There are some folks who are trying to recover the equipment they left out there," said Lucas County Sheriff James Telb. "I don't expect we'll have any rescue efforts today."
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