Crews rescue driver after car went into creek in Central
CENTRAL – The Central Fire Department responded to a driver that veered off the road and into a creek on Sunday.
The crash occurred in the 11900 block of Lovett Road around 6:15 p.m. when a vehicle was going eastbound. The driver lost control near the curve in the road and went into the creek.
Fire crews were able to place a ladder in the creek and climb down to the vehicle.
According to the Central Fire Department, the driver was assisted out of the vehicle and was not injured.
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