DULUTH, Minn. (FOX 9) - Authorities rescued roughly 30 anglers who became stranded on Lake Superior in Duluth, Minnesota Tuesday after an ice sheet broke off from the shore and began to drift into the lake.
Around 11 a.m., multiple agencies including the St. Louis County Sheriff’s Office, Duluth Fire Department and the U.S. Coast Guard responded to a water emergency call near 2100 East Water Street, the sheriff’s office said.
A large group of anglers had been fishing in individual fish house when they ice they were on separated from the shore, according to the fire department.
Crews work to rescue anglers stranded on ice floe on Lake Superior. (Duluth Fire Department / FOX 9)
All the anglers were rescued and brought to shore. No injuries were reported.
The sheriff’s office is reminding people that that "no ice is safe, especially with the ever changing conditions of Lake Superior."