Emergency services responding after two youths fall through ice in Mississauga
Police, paramedics, and Mississauga Fire responded to a 911 call this afternoon in Mississauga.
It was reported at 1:10 p.m. that two people fell through the ice of a pond in the area of Indian Summer Trail and Red Brush Dr, near the intersection of Kennedy Rd S and Eglinton Ave E.
Mississauga Fire sucessfully rescued both young people from the water.
They are currently being assessed by paramedics.
Residents are reminded to exercise caution around ice and frozen waterways.
UPDATE: Police have corrected their previous statement, reporting that only one person went through the ice while the other called for help.
Both are in good health and did not need to be hospitalized.
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