With a recent string of crashes leading to overturned vehicles and one driving into a building in the last two days here in Montgomery County, the Baltimore Fire Department had to swiftly jump into action when they responded to a call shortly after 4pm on Wednesday afternoon for a report of a car in the water at the Inner Harbor.
Upon arrival to the scene on the 700 block of E Pratt Street, all occupants were out the vehicle with the help of a bystander. The fire department tweeted that Fireboats were on scene with a car into the water. Two people were treated and transported to the hospital with minor injuries. No word on what led to the vehicle in the water. Featured photo courtesy of the Baltimore Fire Department (tweet below).
Shortly after 4pm #BCFD responded to a rescue call @ the Inner Harbor for report of a vehicle in water. Upon arrival all occupants were out the vehicle w/ the help of a bystander. 2 people were treated & transported w/ minor injuries.
Harbor Rescue 2-20#PrideProtectingPeople pic.twitter.com/YaTbhZtYJY
— Baltimore Fire (@BaltimoreFire) March 22, 2023