First Responders Rescue Woman from Frigid Hudson River

First Responders Rescue Woman from Frigid Hudson River

JANUARY 13, 2021, TARRYTOWN, NY – On January 13 the Tarrytown Police Department received an emergency call from a resident reporting that an unidentified female had just jumped into the Hudson River in the area of the River Walk. Tarrytown Police, Tarrytown Ambulance and Tarrytown Fire Department units were immediately dispatched to the area. Upon arrival to the scene, officers located the unidentified female who was approximately 20 feet off the shoreline bulkhead and struggling in the water. Utilizing a water rescue disk officers were able to pull the unidentified female closer to the shoreline bulkhead. With the craggy rocks and uneven terrain, the rescuers struggled but succeeded in pulling the woman safely to solid...

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Icefisherman and Dog Rescued After Falling through Ice

Icefisherman and Dog Rescued After Falling through Ice

DECEMBER 14, 2020, MANTUA, UT – A man fell through the ice at Mantua Reservoir in Box Elder County and was saved in a daring rescue which was captured on video by body cams worn by the rescuers. The man was on his way out to begin ice fishing when he saw a crack, tried to avoid it and fell through approximately 300 to 400 yards from the shoreline. The victim was clipped into a sled, secured by webbing and carabiners, which immediately sunk, pulling the victim and his dog down. On scene in response to a 911 call, Chief Castro of the Mantua Police Department retrieved a ResQ Disc from his vehicle. He and another officer made it approximately 400 feet from the shoreline before making contact with the victim. The rescuers were able to get the ResQ Disc to the victim immediately. As Chief Castro was attempting to assist the victim out of the water and free him from the sled that was still clipped in around him, the ice underneath the Chief broke. Trooper Castillo held the rope for BOTH individuals allowing Chief Castro to get out of the water and allow both officers and other teams of rescuers to free the victim from the sled, get the dog and his owner safely back on the ice and out of the freezing...

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Tow Truck Driver Rescued from Pond

Tow Truck Driver Rescued from Pond

A tow truck driver who was struggling in the water and nearly drowned, showed up at the Port St. Lucie Police Department Wednesday morning to thank the officers who saved him.

According to police, Danny Hahn, who works with the towing company called Tow Master, was trying to find a car that crashed into a pond Tuesday

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Woman and Dog Saved from Freezing Water

Woman and Dog Saved from Freezing Water

A woman and her dog were walking by the reservoir when suddenly her dog ran out on the thin ice chasing after a group of ducks. The dog fell through the ice and in a panic the woman went after it. She found herself in the same predicament as her beloved pet and was lucky when a public works employee doing his rounds spotted her. He called 911 and the first responder on scene, a local police officer, pulled out his ResQ Disc and pulled the woman to safety. This incredible news coverage includes body cam footage of the...

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Car Crash Results in Water Rescue of Driver

Car Crash Results in Water Rescue of Driver

Crews responded Wednesday after a car crashed into a pond in front of City Hall following a two-car crash, according to Port St. Lucie police. According to a release, a vehicle was southbound on Airoso Boulevard when it turned west onto Port St. Lucie Boulevard into the path of another car. The second vehicle lost control and went into the pond in front pf Port St. Lucie City Hall, said Master Sgt. Frank Sabol.

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