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Boone County resident drives their car into pond, fire crew rescues

BOONE COUNTY, Ind. — A person drove their car into a pond and needed to be rescued by fire crews Friday in Boone County, according to the City of Lebanon Fire Department.

The Boone County dispatch responded to a 911 call at 3:54 p.m. that said a car entered a body of water in front of Liberty Dialysis. Law enforcement, paramedics, and by-standers attempted to rescue the victim from the vehicle and water, but due to the vehicle becoming completely submerged they were unable to remove the victim.

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Upon arriving, firefighters put on their immersion suites and were able to remove the victim from the vehicle and water. The victim was transported to an area hospital.

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Information will be updated to this story as it becomes available.

As reported by WTTV CBS4Indy