Man Dies from Falling through Thin Ice

An 81-year-old Le Sueur County man died Thursday after falling through thin ice on Lake Washington.
Edwin Senska initially fell through the ice on his ATV four-wheeler as he was on the lake wanting to fish, the Star Tribune said.
Senska then dismounted the ATV and walked about 15 yards before falling through extremely thin ice, the Pioneer Press said.
Senska lived on the lake close to where he fell through and his neighbors called the police at about 3:10 p.m., the Pioneer Press said.
A dive team entered the water about 45 minutes later and found Senska immediately. He was rushed to the hospital and airlifted to Mayo Clinic in Rochester where he was pronounced dead, the Star Tribune said.
The water where Senska was found was about 12 feet deep, the Star Tribune said.

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