The seek for a nine-year-old boy who fell through ice in Lake Erie has became a restoration mission, Ontario Provincial Police say.

“With these cold temperatures and the water, it’s now a recovery,” Const. Mary Boddy of the Haldimand County OPP instructed CBC News. 

Police say the boy is presumed to have drowned. 

Emergency crews had been known as to Peacock Point, about 60 kilometres south of Hamilton, Ont., round 4:30 p.m. for stories that two little boys had fallen into the water.

Two nine-year-old boys had been on the ice close to the shoreline together with a 10-year-old lady on the time.

“The little girl that was playing with them ran to get help and was able to flag down a passerby,” Boddy stated. “The passerby along with the little girl’s grandfather were able to rescue one of the boys.”

That boy is in hospital in truthful situation, stated Boddy.

The different nine-year-old didn’t resurface. Police stated the boy is the little lady’s brother. 

By 9:40 p.m., the trouble was deemed a restoration mission. Recovery efforts are anticipated to proceed Sunday morning.

The lake isn’t frozen, and the ice the youngsters had been enjoying on broke through due to the delicate temperatures, police stated.

“We’d like to make it very clear that the place to play is not on the ice, not to go out on your ATVs or snowmobiles and not to go on foot onto the ice, because it is very unpredictable,” stated Boddy.

“Our hearts, thoughts, sympathies go out to the families of the victim,” she added. “It’s an unfortunate tragedy.”

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