6 teenagers fall through ice into Central Park pond, rescued
NEW YORK - Six teenagers have fallen through ice into an off-limits pond in New York's Central Park but have been rescued.
It happened Monday evening at the southern end of the park.
Police say the 15- and 16-year-olds were on the ice when it gave way. A nearby sign said, "Danger Thin Ice Keep Off."
Police and fire rescue units including divers responded and pulled the teenagers out of the water.
A police spokesman says the teens are expected to be OK.
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