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VIDEO: Ice Rescue Gone Wrong Caught On Cam

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A dramatic ice rescue gone wrong was captured on camera in California. A dramatic ice rescue gone wrong was captured on camera in California.

What started out as sledders taking advantage of a frozen lake on Christmas Day turned into a dangerous situation when they fell through the ice in a Wrightwood, California lake.

The first man fell through, then one by one those who tried to rescue him also fell into the frigid waters.

A couple grabbed their camera and rope and tried to throw it at the sledders, while others tossed tubes and tried to pull the men in.

Everyone who fell in was rescued.

Officials have now closed the lake until March.

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