Authorities say seven people were rescued after falling into an ice-covered pond in Central Park.
It happened just before 6 p.m. Monday at the southern end of the park near 59th Street.
Police say the kids, between 15 and 16 years-old, were on the ice when it gave way.
Police and fire rescue units, including divers, responded to the scene and found five people already on shore when they arrived.
Five of the seven people rescued were taken by FDNY to Lenox Hill, Bellevue, and Cornell hospitals, all with hypothermia-related injuries. Two were transported by Central Park volunteer ambulance service.
A police spokesman says the teens are expected to be OK.
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President Donald Trump has picked Army Lt. Gen. H.R. McMaster to succeed Michael Flynn as his national security adviser, Trump said Monday. He made the announcement at Mar-a-Lago, flanked by McMaster and the acting adviser, retired Army Gen. Keith Kellogg. Kellogg will stay on as McMaster's chief of staff, Trump said. "He's a man of tremendous talent and tremendous experience," Trump said of McMaster. "He is highly respected by everybody in the military." The president, who has no military experience, has shown a preference for generals in the top security roles.