Another ATV fell through the ice on a Douglas County lake Sunday, the second incident over the weekend.
This one happened on Lake Geneva Sunday afternoon and as was the case with two fishermen who fell through Lake Oscar in their ATV Friday, no one was seriously injured.
At about 2 p.m. Greg Carlson of Alexandria called the sheriff's office to report that his ATV and fish house went through the ice on Lake Geneva. Carlson was able to get out of the water, off the ice
and to a neighboring house.
Carlson was pulling his 14-foot fish house with his four-wheeler along the east shore and saw what appeared to be questionable ice, but was unable to stop in time, according to the sheriff's office.
The ATV was mostly submerged and the fish house was partially submerged. Carlson contacted a private company for removal.
Neighbors reported the ice in that area of the lake recently formed.
The Douglas County Sheriff's Office continues to warn the public that the ice on area lakes is unpredictable.
Ice conditions need to be a constant minimum of 5 to 7 inches for ATVs and 8 to 12 inches for small vehicles, according to authorities.