100 Club Ice Water Challenge: Mesa Police Assistant Chief Heston Silbert takes the plunge

PHOENIX - The 100 Club of Arizona supports the families of fallen and injured law enforcement agents, and Tuesday morning ABC15 reporters were called to lend an icy hand.

The 100 Club Ice Water Challenge is a competitive program between different law enforcement agencies where agents call out five individuals to be dunked, jump into or splashed with ice cold water.

On Tuesday morning Mesa Police Department Assistant Chief Heston Silbert was dunked into an ice cold dunk tank. 

Right after Silbert was dunked he challenged Dan Spindle, morning co-anchor for ABC15, and Nick VinZant, multimedia journalist to be next.

Each person who participates pays $10 if they accept the challenge. If not, they donate $100.

Both Spindle and VinZant accepted the challenge and went into the water.

According to the 100 Club of Arizona , they serve more than 50,000 public safety officers, firefighters, agencies and their families in Arizona. All proceeds from the Ice Water Challenge go back to the 100 Club.

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