Pete Boyd, a member of Capital City Fire/Rescue’s Special Teams unit, demonstrates how to get out of the water if you’ve fallen through the ice. The demonstration, which took place Saturday at the Mendenhall Glacier Visitor Center, drew about 60 people and included a presentation with tips on how to be prepared in case you or another person falls through the ice. (Alex McCarthy | Juneau Empire)

Pete Boyd, a member of Capital City Fire/Rescue’s Special Teams unit, demonstrates how to get out of the water if you’ve fallen through the ice. The demonstration, which took place Saturday at the Mendenhall Glacier Visitor Center, drew about 60 people and included a presentation with tips on how to be prepared in case you or another person falls through the ice. (Alex McCarthy | Juneau Empire)

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