CHICAGO (CBS) — A automobile ended up in a pond Saturday evening in Massive Marsh Park on the Far South Aspect.
Chicago police stated the driving force of the Dodge Charger was capable of get out safely after driving into the pond close to 116th and Stony Island, however the Police Marine Unit had to assist tow the automobile out of the water.
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Police posted footage of the incident on Twitter, together with a warning that “Stony Island Ave is NOT a dragstrip nor a highway to observe donuts.”
#ChicagoPolice @CPDMarineUnit responded to a Marine Misery of auto/particular person within the water in @ChicagoCAPS04 The motive force was capable of safely exit the water, the automobile couldn’t The Marine Unit assisted in its elimination. Stony Island Ave is NOT a dragstrip nor a highway to observe donuts pic.twitter.com/ByhIunPFe6
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— Chicago Police Marine Unit (@CPDMarineUnit) March 14, 2021
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