INDIANAPOLIS - Fire crews in Pike Township came to the rescue Monday morning when a man accidentally drove his van into a pond on the city's northwest side.
Firefighters responded to Woodbrook Apartments -- near 52nd Street and Georgetown Road -- about 10 a.m. Monday.
The driver of the van was reportedly waiting on the roof of his vehicle for assistance from rescuers.
No injuries were reported in the incident.
The man told rescuers he lost control of the van and drove over a curb and into the pond. Investigators said they think the van was driving in reverse.
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