It is incredibly important to stay safe and out of danger when walking, driving, and participating in outdoor activities during the winter. This warning takes even greater meaning if you participate in common recreational activities in our area such as skiing, snowmobiling, snowboarding, and ice fishing. Unfortunately, there has been a recent ice fishing accident in western Pennsylvania that has brought another cautionary tale to life. According to the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette's report on the accident, a 56-year-old man died recently when he fell through the ice on Keystone Lake. The victim had been drilling a series of holes in the ice on the lake when he accidentally fell through. Other fishermen in the area grew alarmed when they saw his holes, drill, and gear, but not the man himself. Emergency services arrived and found the victim dead at the scene.