News: Driver extricated after vehicle rolls into pond in NW Indianapolis

INDIANAPOLIS, IN – A man was pulled from his vehicle early Sunday after it rolled into a pond in northwest Indianapolis.

According to a report by Fox 59, first responders were called to the scene near 34th Street and Lafayette Road shortly after 5 a.m.

Six firefighters went into the pond to access the vehicle. They were able to open one of the doors and pull a man who was reaching out. He then told the firefighters there were several other occupants still inside the vehicle.

Firefighters also noticed a car seat in the back of the vehicle and continued to search for additional occupants. However, none were found.

The driver, whose identity is unclear at this time, later admitted he was the only occupant at the time of the crash. He was subsequently released to the custody of his mother.

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