With no heroic models in sight, a pair of teenagers were able to pull themselves out of a pond in Central Park after falling through the ice last night.

The Post reports, "Two teenage boys, ages 15 and 13, were attempting to take a selfie on top of the frozen body of water when they fell through the ice at around 7 p.m. Sunday." Last month, a group of teens were rescued from the frigid Central Park pond after falling through ice during an attempted selfie.

The teens then encountered some EMTs on 60th Street and were taken to Mount Sinai St. Luke's Hospital, where they are listed in stable condition.

The mother of one of the teens who fell in the pond in February reacted with appropriate incredulity in an interview after the incident, telling ABC 7, "A selfie? On the ice? Why would you think of a pond to go into to take a selfie, knowing that it's warm and the ice is melted?"