A man suffering from hypothermia was plucked from the Red River by a community service officer in Moorhead Tuesday afternoon after a kayaker spotted him clinging to a downed tree. Officer Cameron Cordes says the tree sank when he tried to walk out on it to reach the man — so he jumped in, lifted the man up and was able to walk back to shore. Cordes says he “did get a little wet. It was quite cold. It was very chilly, but luckily I didn’t have to be in there for too long.” Police say the man was walking along the river, tripped and fell in. He was taken to the hospital but his condition is unknown.