A 16-year-old girl who fell into a frozen lake when she was thrown off a snowmobile was dramatically rescued by three Good Samaritans.
The incredible footage shows the trio shuffling on the ice and using a rope get to the teen who fell into open water in the frozen Little Ossipee Lake in Waterboro, Maine.
The men had been ice fishing at the time of the incident and watched it all unfold before springing into action.
The driver of the snowmobile attempted to save her by diving into the frigid waters twice, but he could not reach her, WGME reported.
Fishermen to the rescue: The man, identified as Bill Rodgers is shown tossing mountain climber rope with a flat object attached to the end of it
The driver of the snowmobile is seen on the ice near the girl catches the rope before throwing it in
The dramatic rescue was captured on a helmet camera of one of the men who had been riding an ATV. The fishermen are seen using mountain climber rope as a lifeline and throwing it to the girl to pull her out.
'Hold on tight! Hold on tight, do not let go!', the fisherman is heard shouting as he pulls on the rope.
The man, identified as Bill Rodgers, is heard instructing the girl to hang tight and to kick both her feet until they are able to get her back on the ice.
Police said the men took a risk by rescuing the teen, but commended them for their heroism.
Rodgers told the news station it felt 'funny' to be called a hero, and said anyone around would have done the same thing to help the girl.
The unidentified teen was taken to an ice shack with some heat to recover.
Heroes: Three men sprang into action after a 16-year-old girl fell into open waters of the frozen Lake Ossipee
Hanging on tight: The fishermen are seen pulling the teen out of the frigid waters using mountain climber rope as she makes it back on the ice
Dramatic rescue: The teen makes it back on ice safely after the ordeal. The fishermen took the girl back to a shack to get some heat
Lake Osipee: The teen and the driver had been riding a snow mobile on the frozen lake before it hit open waters and threw her off. The lake is pictured during the summer