A 3-year-old boy rescued after Sunday afternoon, has been released from the hospital, a police captain said Monday.
Arlington and departments rescued the 3-year-old and his parents on Sunday after they set out onto thin ice and fell through about 10 feet from shore. The three Arlington residents were reportedly in as of Sunday evening, according to Police Chief Fred Ryan.
Police Capt. Richard Flynn said the parents were released from the hospital on Sunday. The 3-year-old was kept overnight for observation for hypothermia and released Monday morning.
"Everybody is now at home, recovered and doing fine," he added.
On Sunday, an Arlington Police and called for Arlington Fire and EMS/Rescue on the scene. Firefighters put on water immersion suits and located the three victims in the icy waters. The child was unresponsive when placed in one of three ambulances that rushed the victims to Children's, Massachusetts General and Beth Israel Deaconess in Boston.
Flynn said the rescue was an example of a "great job done by all involved."
The Arlington Police Department encourages residents to stay off lakes and ponds until further notice, Ryan said.