DERBY, Conn. (AP) - Authorities in Connecticut have rescued a man found clinging to rocks in the Housatonic River after he fell from a railroad bridge. The man said he was walking on the trestle bridge Sunday night when he lost his footing and plummeted into the river. He told emergency crews that he made it to a pile of rocks surrounding a pylon where he waited for help. The man was taken to Yale New Haven Hospital for treatment of minor injuries and possible frostbite.

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