A woman and her two dogs were rescued after falling into ice on Sunday morning because a water operator was three hours late to work and spotted her.
The 32-year-old woman was walking her dogs around the Mantua Reservoir, Utah, when the dogs ran into the newly formed ice and fell in. She ran after to save them but also fell in.
Thomas Braithwaite, a water operator with Brigham City who usually checks the area once every day at 6am, was three hours late for work and spotted the woman in the water around 9am. He then called 911.
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