Rapid City firefighters rescue 2 children from mud hole
RAPID CITY (AP) — Two 13-year-old boys in western South Dakota are safe after firefighters rescued them from a mud hole in a construction area.
Multiple news outlets report the Rapid City children were cutting through a construction area to get to Wal-Mart when an embankment on the edge of a drainage system gave way. The boys fell down and got stuck in a muddy pond.
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