It was being used to make a track for a snowmobile race when it went into the water. No one was hurt. With the help of scuba divers, the man who was driving the bulldozer, and several others, plan to use a winch to pull it along the bottom of the lake until it's close to shore. Many people gathered to watch the process Wednesday, including one man who came from Stillwater, Minnesota.
"We heard about this last week. That it went through the ice and stuff like that. So I'm kind of one where I have to go down there. I've got to see this going; you know they're supposed to pull this out of the ice. So you know, of course! Who sees that everyday?"
Before they can use the winch, crews have to cut a slot in the ice which is taking time.
The bulldozer is nearly 700 feet from the shoreline. The plan is to lift it out of the water with a backhoe once it's close to shore. At this point it's unclear how long it will take to get it out.