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Truck takes plunge through ice

Feb 6, 2013 By Katie Roenigk, Staff Writer

George Fishbaugh of Thermopolis says he'll never drive on ice again.

"Even on a four-wheeler," he said this week. "If I can't walk out, I'm not ...


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Workers from Auto & RV Specialties in Thermopolis spent five days working to remove George Fishbaugh's truck from Ocean Lake. Company owner Bill Wells, top, and his son Tom Wells worked with crews to cut out sections of the ice with a chain saw so they could safely pull the truck up and out of the water. Photos by Neil Williams

Workers from Auto & RV Specialties in Thermopolis spent five days working to remove George Fishbaugh's truck from Ocean Lake. Company owner Bill Wells, top, and his son Tom Wells worked with crews to cut out sections of the ice with a chain saw so they could safely pull the truck up and out of the water. Photos by Neil Williams


Workers from Auto & RV Specialties in Thermopolis spent five days working to remove George Fishbaugh's truck from Ocean Lake. Company owner Bill Wells, top, and his son Tom Wells worked with crews to cut out sections of the ice with a chain saw so they could safely pull the truck up and out of the water. Photos by Neil Williams

Workers from Auto & RV Specialties in Thermopolis spent five days working to remove George Fishbaugh's truck from Ocean Lake. Company owner Bill Wells, top, and his son Tom Wells worked with crews to cut out sections of the ice with a chain saw so they could safely pull the truck up and out of the water. Photos by Neil Williams

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