Amsterdam ice skaters rescued after falling into frozen canals, triggering safety warnings

The Telegraph published this video item, entitled “Amsterdam ice skaters rescued after falling into frozen canals, triggering safety warnings” – below is their description.

Canals froze over for the first time in almost three years on Sunday, giving #Amsterdam residents a rare opportunity to #skate.

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Onlookers have had to use ladders, ropes and hockey sticks to haul skaters who fell through the #canal’s ice as their thick winter clothing threatened to pull them underwater.

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