Mosnews.com reports that rescuers are using a helicopter and a boat to save "several dozen" ice fisherman trapped on drifting ice on Leningrad's Lake Lagoda. Luckily, the group is likely to be sheltering inside the cars they drove to their hunting grounds. On the other hand, the government will want a word with the survivors; authorities banned cars from the ice last Thursday after three fisherman sank to their deaths inside their vehicle.
Russian cars on Ice
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