Woman rescued after falling through pond ice

WESTMINSTER — A woman has been rescued after falling through the ice into a pond in Westminster.

Westminster police say the 30-year-old woman wandered onto a partially frozen pond near the Westin Hotel just before midnight on Tuesday.

According to KMGH-TV, emergency crews were able to get the woman out of the pond about 10 minutes after getting the first 911 call.

Police say the woman was taken to the hospital and showed signs of hypothermia. Her identity and condition were not available.


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