MADISON (WKOW) -- No one was injured after an ATV got stuck in the ice on Lake Mendota Monday morning.
The ATV fell in a spot in the lake where the ice had shifted and buckled.
Other than the ATV, Madison firefighters tell 27 news the extreme cold has meant a good year for ice safety.
DNR Warden John Schreiber says, "It froze up nice and thick, pretty quickly, so we've had a good year. People have been safe."
Firefighters remind everyone a self-rescue is the quickest way to get out of the water if you fall through.
That's why they suggest people carry ice picks, to help pull themselves out.
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