2 Hikers Rescued By OPP After Getting Stranded On Drifting Ice Floe Near Tobermory
A pair of hikers stranded on a ice floe near Tobermory had to be be rescued by provincial police over the weekend.
Emergency crews were called to Cyprus Lake Road at Bruce Peninsula National Park around 2:30 p.m. Sunday.
The hikers had been walking on the ice when a large piece broke away from the shoreline, drifting into Georgian Bay.
A concerned citizen dialed 911, "They better hurry. This is getting wider and wider as we speak," said the caller.
Thankfully, the hikers were rescued & suffered no injuries.
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