A child who fell into a pond Friday near Sherborne Place in Lexington was placed on a stretcher after he was rescued. The boy reportedly went through the ice on the pond behind this house. Lexington Fire Battalion Chief Brian Wood, who was off duty and nearby, heard the call and pulled the child from the water. The pond is behind a row of houses and next to a golf course in the Andover Forest subdivision.
A child who fell into a pond Friday near Sherborne Place in Lexington was placed on a stretcher after he was rescued. The boy reportedly went through the ice on the pond behind this house. Lexington Fire Battalion Chief Brian Wood, who was off duty and nearby, heard the call and pulled the child from the water. The pond is behind a row of houses and next to a golf course in the Andover Forest subdivision. Herald-Leader
A child who fell into a pond Friday near Sherborne Place in Lexington was placed on a stretcher after he was rescued. The boy reportedly went through the ice on the pond behind this house. Lexington Fire Battalion Chief Brian Wood, who was off duty and nearby, heard the call and pulled the child from the water. The pond is behind a row of houses and next to a golf course in the Andover Forest subdivision. Herald-Leader

Off-duty Lexington fire official rescues boy who fell through ice

January 03, 2014 02:12 PM

UPDATED November 12, 2015 03:38 PM

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