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Athabaskan Falls Video Shows A Man Slipping Into Freezing Water

On Sunday, March 7, a terrifying Athabasca Falls video was taken as a man slipped from a snowbank and into the freezing cold water. 

According to The Weather Network, he was searching for his drone along the icy waters. 

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He fell into the rapidly-flowing water of Athabaska Falls and you can hear witnesses screaming in the video as it happens. 

Luckily, after a short struggle, he was able to pull himself out of the water. 

The man ignored signs telling him he wasn't supposed to be where he was and was also breaking the area's drone laws, which can result in a $25,000 fine if you don't have a permit. 

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