Some unique artwork finds its way into the Chippewa River, but it may not be there for long.
On Monday, the DNR was notified a sculpture of the famed Loch Ness monster was put in the Chippewa River. The sculpture, which is made out of concrete and about the size of a canoe, is north of the Madison Street bridge. The DNR says the artwork poses a danger and whoever put it in the river needs to remove it.
"If it were partially hidden by higher water, it could punch a hole in the side of a canoe, or you know, cause other problems," says Ed Culhane, with the Wisconsin DNR.
The DNR says they will wait a few days, and if the sculpture isn't out of the river, they will remove it.
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