OKC Fire Department pulls submerged car from water after a crash

Posted on Tuesday, May 12th, 2020 at 7:23 pm    

Photo Credit: Oklahoma City Fire Department Facebook Page

OKLAHOMA CITY, OK. – The Oklahoma City Fire Department was dispatched to remove a car from a body of water on Tuesday. The dive team was dispatched to attach tow chains to the vehicle so the car could be pulled from the water. No details have been released on how the crash occurred at this time. According to Fox 25 News, the occupants of the vehicle suffered minor injuries in the accident.

The team at Abel Law Firm will continue to monitor this developing story and will report back if additional details are released.


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