The Winchester, New Hampshire Fire Department was called in for the use of a hovercraft.
RINDGE, N.H. (WHDH) -- A search was called off Thursday evening in New Hampshire after rescue crews found no signs that the driver of a snowmobile was in Emerson Pond where the machine broke through the ice.
At about 4:10 p.m., the Rindge Fire Department received a call from New Hampshire Fish and Game stating they had spotted a set of skis from a snowmobile sticking out of the ice at the pond, according to fire officials.
The Rindge Fire Department along with several other rescue crews responded to the scene. Dive teams from surrounding areas assisted in the search. The Winchester, New Hampshire Fire Department was called in for the use of a hovercraft.