LEMMON, S.D. (AP) - Crews have recovered the body of a Wyoming man after an all-terrain vehicle broke through the ice of a lake in northwestern South Dakota.
Perkins County Sheriff Kelly Serr says 32-year-old Sam Lipp of Newcastle, Wyoming, was among four people riding an ATV that broke through the ice of Shadehill Lake on Friday afternoon.
The two men and two children riding the four-wheeler were all thrown in to the water. One of the men, who is the father of the two children, was able to crawl out of the water up onto the ice with one of his children. The other child was rescued by ice fishermen who saw the accident.
Lipp disappeared into the lake. On Saturday, a dive rescue team recovered his body.
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