Fairfield Pond hunters

Game Warden Dustin Snyder escorts two hunters who became stranded on Fairfield Pond by high winds back to shore on Thursday morning.

FAIRFIELD — A game warden and three Vermont state troopers came to the aid of two duck hunters on Fairfield Pond Thursday morning.

Vermont State Police reports the two hunters were in a kayak and called for help after getting stranded because of high winds. Responding troopers spotted the hunters and kept in eye contact with them while Vermont Fish and Wildlife Warden Dustin Snyder went out in a kayak and escorted them back to shore.

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