Pictured is the car that plunged into a pond off South Alston Avenue Wednesday. Police responded in time to rescue a pair of women, one of them pregnant, who were in the car when it began to sink. Durham police officers and bystanders look on from top of hill.
Pictured is the car that plunged into a pond off South Alston Avenue Wednesday. Police responded in time to rescue a pair of women, one of them pregnant, who were in the car when it began to sink. Durham police officers and bystanders look on from top of hill. Julian Harrison Special to The Herald-Sun
Pictured is the car that plunged into a pond off South Alston Avenue Wednesday. Police responded in time to rescue a pair of women, one of them pregnant, who were in the car when it began to sink. Durham police officers and bystanders look on from top of hill. Julian Harrison Special to The Herald-Sun

Trapped women, one of them pregnant, saved from sinking car at library pond by Durham police

June 29, 2017 11:15 AM

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