Deep trouble

Vara, J.
February 1989
Yankee;Feb89, Vol. 53 Issue 2, p70
Discusses an encounter last year by a group of 23 people who were ice fishing on Lake Champlain, Vt. at Thompson's Point. The ice they were on cracked off from the shore and was floating in the lake. Their helicopter rescue.


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