A walk on Sunday afternoon in Klaipėda‘s Melnragė I near the pier could have ended in tragedy for four people, klaipeda.diena.lt reports.
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The lives of two women with children were nearly claimed by the sea when they sought to take photos on an ice drift and fell into the ice-cold waters.

Witnesses rushed to their aid, joining hands to form a living chain, helping the women and children out of the water. Reports state that major injuries were avoided.

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