Within the past week or so, A 20 year old broke through the ice on Irondequoit Bay while driving his SUV. He and his two passengers got out ok, but he's looking at a $5K towing bill. This past weekend a few snowmobilers got disoriented on Sodus bay and drove their machines into open water. All cold, but alive. lastly, a couple of friends that I work with were heading out on Braddocks Bay to do some ice fishing with their kids. They heard someone calling for help and my friiend went to check it out. On the edge by the cattails he found a hooker that someone had dropped off in an inconvenient spot and she got disoriented trying to get to some shelter. She wasn't wearing much and hypothermia was setting in. They got her into a heated hut and called 911. The emergency crews arrived and I don't think they had as much as a blanket to address the situation. They ended up dragging the hut to an accessable place on the shoreline where they could get her to some warm shelter. BE CAREFULL!