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Two men escape drowning in Whitefish Lake

Two men from Cadillac almost drowned Monday when they fell through the ice at Whitefish Lake in Pierson.
According to the Michigan State Police Lakeview Post, troopers responded to the incident at 8 a.m. December 20. David Rush, 48, and Larry Martin, 66, both of Cadillac, were riding on a Polaris 800 Ranger with a cab when it fell through the ice. Montcalm County Rescue were the first on the scene. Police said both men got to shore on their own, and were we but not injured.
The vehicle is submerged in the lake and will be removed by the owner when conditions allow.
If you have any information on this incident, please call the MSP at (989) 352-8444.

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