South Metro Fire Rescue said the woman’s husband rescued her and dog from the water before crews arrived.
CENTENNIAL, Colo. — A woman and her dog were rescued after falling through ice into a pond on Thursday, South Metro Fire Rescue (SMFR) said.
SMFR said crews responded to 2810 E. Easter Ave. around 3:19 p.m.
The dog chased after some geese about 40 feet from shore and the woman chased after the dog. Both then fell through the ice, SMFR said.
The woman’s husband slid out on the ice on his stomach and pulled them both to safety, according to SMFR.
The man and woman were taken home by SMFR after being evaluated for injures.
“No ice is safe ice,” SMFR said. “If an animal falls through, stay on shore and dial 911 immediately.”
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