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Driver rescued after crash into C. Ind. pond

FISHERS, Ind. (AP): Police say people who saw a car crash into a suburban Indianapolis retention pond went into the water to pull the driver out.

Fishers police Sgt. Tom Weger says emergency workers believe the driver suffered some sort of medical problem before crashing into pond about 8 a.m. Tuesday along a busy street. The crash left the car's front hood submerged in the water, with its rear wheels perched along the bank.

Weger says a witness broke out one of the car's windows to remove the man who was the only person inside the car.

CPR was performed on the man at the scene before he was taken to a hospital.

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