Homer Volunteer Fire Department firefighters and Homer Police responded about 6 p.m. Monday, Jan. 22, to a single-vehicle rollover at the east end of Beluga Lake. EMTs in an Argo ATV drove out to the scene to treat and transport the male victim to the staging area at the bottom of the float plane launch ramp near the Homer Airport. According to police, the rollover ejected the man from the truck. The crash is not related to an earlier incident on Monday where a truck got stuck in thin ice on the northeast end of the lake. In that incident, Alaska Department of Fish and Game officials said the driver had strayed into the Homer Airport Critical Habitat area, an area prohibited to motorized vehicles. (Photo by Michael Armstrong, Homer News)

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