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Yakima Trying to Make Ponds Safer

Pond safety is on the minds of Yakima City officials after 4 boys fell through the icey pond at Kiwanis Park last winter. Fire Chief Dave Wilson, a member of the city safety committee, says they’ve come up with a solution that they hope will save lives in the future. Wilson says “the city proposes placing a sign in the middle of the pond warning of the danger of being on the ice, he says they did consider a barbwire fence around the pond, but it would be climbed over and it could possibly hinder rescuers if a case did happen.” He expects the city safety committee to approve the idea at it’s Friday meeting and then move to install the sign

 

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