The man had hopped into a kayak to retrieve a boat that had gotten loose.
The Minnesota DNR and the St. Louis County Rescue Squad rescued the man Saturday night.
The 60-year-old man was found hanging onto the back of his boat.
The lake is located northwest of where I-35W and I-694 meet.
The fire captain was kayaking when he leapt into action.
He's had surgeries, and it's likely his legs will be saved, a Go Fund Me page says.
The man's legs were pinned under a tree for more than 100 hours.
The 14-year-old climbed the chimney with two friends, according to police.
Details are limited.
It's unclear why the man undressed and went into the sewer system.
The boat immediately took on water and began to sink.
A large group was traveling down the Cloquet River when the emergency arose.
Drones located him near to his home
The bird is being treated for an apparent wing injury.
Both were rescued safely by responders.
The caves in Crosby Farm Regional Park have a history of similar rescues.
It happened near Ford Parkway early Saturday morning.
"Big or small, those in need can count on the Plymouth Fire Department for help."
A harrowing situation that resulted in no injuries.
The victim fell from a rock cliff at Interstate State Park.
One of the riders went through ice on a lake.
The 38-year-old was on his way to work when he saw the flames.
"Folks, it is not even close to safe to venture out on the ice."