Westport ice rescue call turns out to be false alarm

A report of a possible person fallen through the ice in Westport today turned out to be a false alarm.Residents on Cypress Pond Road spotted

WESTPORT - A report of a possible person fallen through the ice in Westport today turned out to be a false alarm.

Residents on Cypress Pond Road spotted a hockey stick laying near a hole in the ice and thought someone had fallen through.

The fire department was called to the scene for a rescue, but it turns out no one was in the water.

Someone had fallen in yesterday but pulled himself out and left the stick on the scene.

He was not hurt.

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