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2018. March 02.
How to self-rescue if you fall through ice

How to self-rescue if you fall through ice by Rewild University
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10 months ago

First of all, stay the hell off an icy lake or pond . Second, stay the hell off an icy lake or pond.

10 months ago

That is a great video. I doubt that I will ever use the information, but good to know.

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10 months ago

For all you people that think this is funny or people are stupid to be near an icy lake or pond. I've met many a child/teen who thinks this will never happen to them. A parent has to teach a child about these things and even then a child still may not listen. We used to live on a large boat and had ice eaters around the pier and boat. And I still had to holler at children to not walk across the ice because of the open water around us and the piers. So it's not stupidity in a child, it's just that they think they are invincible and nothing will ever happen to them. Instead of making stupid comments, let's teach our children and show them this video over and over.

10 months ago

I was having mini panic attacks while watching him.

10 months ago

Wow, what is it with negative narrow people on here trying to act smarter & better than people lol? It's obvious you don't go near ice but sometimes there are situations where accidents or lapse in judgement happens. Sometimes a lakes with thick ice can have a thin spots,sometimes people are snowboarding/skiing & they might go off course, etc. Before being dismissive, just take the time to really think about it or ask without trying soo hard to be superior, Damn. Thank you for the video, this should be helpful for a lot of people who enjoy winter activities/sports.

10 months ago

My deepest respect to someone who jumps into that f***ing cold water just to show others how to survive. (Y)

10 months ago

this is the view from my back door. a frozen lake in NH. here's a better way to rescue yourself - don't go out on a lake that's not solidly frozen.

10 months ago

Thank you for sacrificing yourself to help me and others. Trust me... I'm sure many other responses will be offensive. Don't waste your time reading them. Try saying something good. It's good for your heart

10 months ago

I’m a lucid dreamer somnambulist who internalizes what I read and see during the day. So this will really come in handy when I inevitably have a nightmare about it when I go to bed. Haha

10 months ago

Can we just appreciate the dedication this guy has? He purposely fell through ice into freezing cold water just to show us how to get out. thats amazing.

10 months ago

Actually, this wouldn't be necessary, if people weren't so stupid to try to walk on frozen rivers or lakes without knowing how thick the ice is. And if they are so stupid to do it anyway, I doubt they'd remember this.

10 months ago

Looks like the progression of my week. Monday: Fallen into cold shock Tuesday: Breathe, it will pass. Wednesday: Elevate my ass to do something, kick like crazy. Thursday: Pull myself, drag some more. Friday: Test to see if I made it safely Spend weekend recovering. Repeat.

10 months ago

Years ago I was driving toward home when a neighbour told me my 14 yr old son and his friend were heading toward the frozen lake. I drove around until I found them and took them home. They had no thought in their head about the danger.. The lake wasn't safe, it was thawing and that is exactly the sort of time a video like this could save someone's life. So instead of people stating the obvious, such as stay away from icy water, just realise that sometimes kids do foolish things... and they don't deserve to die because they do foolish things.

10 months ago

I fell through ice when I was a child lucky it was in a smaller pond and I could get myself out. It was pretty painful when the water hit my skin, it felt like a ton of tiny needles stabbing all over my body. I applaud this guy for doing this to teach others.

10 months ago

Fell through ice on family farm pond. I was about 14 years old. I basically did the same moves. I've never gone out on ice since!!!

10 months ago

I went through the ice as a teen. The ice looked perfectly thick on top, but had been worn down by currents from the bottom. I can tell you, his advice is good, but his is a controlled situation. When this happens in real life, it is not expected and thinking straight is not easy. One thing to try and remember also is that if you have a bulky coat and boots on, remove them, or they can drag you to the bottom.

10 months ago

As a kid, this and quick sand were my two biggest fears. Safe to say I've got my priorities in order now.

10 months ago

Could save a life - my twin fell into icy water and nearly drowned at 8 years old because an older person told him the ice was strong enough for him to cross. Fortunately, a kind woman found him struggling and put a ski pole to drag him out. I don't know what would have happened if she hadn't showed up. The ice kept breaking around him. He was alone walking back to the ski chalet.

10 months ago

Also I find it helpful to have a paramedic crew and camera crew on speed dial.

10 months ago

It appears to be great advice however I think if this happens to anyone, it will be very difficult to remain calm.

10 months ago

Me and my friend were walking on the a frozen lake, I was about 4 feet in front of him and when I Turned around to look at him. He went all in! Straight down head and all.. And I ran over Grabbed him and pulled him out... Couple days later he told everyone I Pushed him in it... Fking should have let him drown then, laying bastard..

10 months ago

These techniques could work for quick sand too. It's the same principle. Don't panic and spread out your weight so you can crawl back onto solid land. Quick sand is just a deep hole filled with water and sand that looks like solid ground

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