Lequille, Nova Scotia – Middleton RCMP responded to a call of a vehicle submerged in a nearby river this morning.
At approximately 9:39 a.m. today, a blue Chevrolet Cruze was travelling eastbound on Hwy 101 near Lequille when it hydroplaned, crossed the centre line and travelled down an embankment into a nearby river.
The driver, a 21-year-old woman, exited the vehicle on her own through the passenger door.
EHS and the Annapolis Royal Volunteer Fire Department attended the scene alongside the Department of Transportation, who assisted a tow truck in removing the vehicle from the water.
The driver was examined on scene and had no injuries.
Nova Scotia RCMP
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