The second and third deaths of the season attributed to thin ice conditions on Lake Minnetonka has got people talking.
Jim Manning: "I was fishing on Grays bay when this happened. Was not at all worried to drive my truck on the ice, everywhere I drilled a hole was 16+ inches of ice. I just can't understand why anyone would drive trough a channel, especially when there were "thin ice" signs all around the channel.
Jeri Elsner: "Driving on ice is never really safe. So sad."
Lynn Patrick Groll: "I simply don't understand why people continue to drive on the lake. Am I missing something? How much clearer can the warnings be??????"
Suad Suljic @SuadSuljic: Really sad to hear that another car has fallen through the #LakeMinnetonka ice.
- Victims Pulled from Icy Waters of Grays Bay Were Trapped 'Nearly an Hour'
- Hennepin County Sheriff: 'No Ice Should Ever Be Considered Safe'
- Baby Dies From Injuries Suffered in Friday Accident on Lake Minnetonka
- Firefighters Dove In Icy Lake Minnetonka Water to Reach Infant
Pat McCarthy: "Very sad, great job by Minnetonka, Wayzata Fire and HCSO on there response. Unfortunate ending."
Maribeth Smith Osell: "So sad, prayers to their families."
Karen Smith Shiels: "So sad lives had to be lost when it is so avoidable. With all the publicity and warnings, people seem to think it can't happen to them. Common sense rules."
Cindy Larson: "Very Tragic... How many cars last year? Do not remember hearing about this many."