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Authorities: No Victim Found After Report Of Person Falling Into OKC Pond

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Emergency crews say they were unable to find a victim after responding to the report that someone may have fallen through the ice in a small pond in northeast Oklahoma City.

According to the Oklahoma City Fire Department, firefighters responded to the incident just after 8 a.m. Friday, and found a hole in the ice in a small pond, located at 12344 Market Drive, which is near N. Kelley and N.E. 122nd Street.

Fire officials say they found tracks leading to the pond and away from the pond.

A dive team responded to scene and used a boat to search for a possible victim. After searching the pond for about an hour, fire officials say they were unable to find anyone and are discontinuing the search.

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