Three good Samaritans rescued a teenage girl after she was thrown off a snowmobile into a frozen lake in Waterboro, Maine.
The three rescuers — Brandon Jackson, Bill Rodgers and Taylor Dion — were fishing and snowmobiling near Little Ossipee Lake Feb. 4 when they saw someone struggling in the frozen water.
Jackson, Rodgers and Dion threw a thick rope out to the victim in the water, who turned out to be a 16-year-old girl, and yelled instructions to her, saying, “Hold on tight. Get both hands. Kick your feet really hard.”
“All three of us pretty much decided, ‘Hey let’s get out there,'” Jackson said, adding he and the other rescuers were there at the “right place and the right time.”
“We were there and we helped and we had what we needed to get the job done and it worked out very well.” …
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