Ice surge on Lake Winnebago causes damage to home


Video: Ice surge on Lake Winnebago causes damage to home

Residents told WISN 12 that a “small but powerful” surge of ice landed on the private road.



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Video: Ice surge on Lake Winnebago causes damage to home

Residents told WISN 12 that a “small but powerful” surge of ice landed on the private road.

A surge of ice damaged a home in Oshkosh. It happened Tuesday night and Wednesday morning on Lake Rest Lane on Lake Winnebago. the road was affected by the thrust. She piled ice up to 10 feet and moved at least 10 feet towards shore. The worst damage occurred in a house where ice traveled 10 feet into the building, destroying everything in its path. Doug Raflik of KFIZ News-Talk 1450 AM shared photos of the ice push and its destruction with WISN 12.

A surge of ice damaged a home in Oshkosh.

It happened Tuesday night and Wednesday morning on Lake Rest Lane on Lake Winnebago.

Residents told WISN 12 that a “small but powerful” surge of ice landed on the private road.

Three houses at the end of the road were hit by the stampede.

He piled ice up to 10 feet and moved at least 10 feet on the ground.

The worst damage occurred in a house where ice traveled 10 feet into the building, destroying everything in its path.

Doug Raflik of KFIZ News-Talk 1450 AM shared photos of the ice push and its destruction with WISN 12.


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