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Woman rescued after falling through ice on Oswego pond; dog remains missing

Oswego police, assisted by a local resident, helped rescue a woman Monday, Feb. 1, after she fell through ice on a frozen pond located in the area of Bridgeview Drive, according to the Oswego Fire Protection District.

In a statement, the fire district reported they were dispatched to the pond to rescue an individual at approximately 10 a.m.

According to the fire district, the woman had fallen through the ice after her dog had wandered onto the pond, which is located just west of Ogden Falls Boulevard, south of Ogden Avenue.

Oswego police and a nearby resident had rescued the woman from the pond by the time firefighters had arrived on the scene. Paramedics treated the woman at the scene.

No injuries were reported, but firefighters were unable to locate the dog.

Bristol-Kendall and Sugar Grove fire protection district personnel assisted at the scene.