Driver rescued after vehicle crashes in SE Grand Rapids pond

GRAND RAPIDS, me. – Kent County authorities responded to a vehicle entering the Kent County Sheriff’s office tonight, according to Sgt. Joel Roon.

We learned that a 39-year-old novice driver lost control of her silver Hyundai while driving south on Eastern Avenue.

It then hit the rocks in front of the Woodfield Apartments, blew up and fell, according to Sgt. Roon.

The car was partially submerged when MPs arrived, the sheriff’s office says.

The woman was reportedly rescued by a local resident and a security guard who allegedly used a metal bat to smash the vehicle’s windows and free the driver.

No injuries were reported in the crash, which is still under investigation.

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