Car Crashes Into Plainfield Pool

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Car Crashes Into Plainfield Pool

A two-vehicle crash on Tuesday afternoon caused one of the cars to go through someone's fence, damaging their home, before landing in the backyard pool.

PLAINFIELD, Ind. (WISH) — A two-car crash Tuesday afternoon damaged a house and left one vehicle in a water-filled, backyard pool, authorities said.

The crash was reported shortly before 4:55 p.m. at Simmons Street and West Oliver Avenue. That’s in a residential area southwest of U.S. 40 and Quaker Boulevard.

Brent Anderson, assistant chief with Plainfield Fire Territory, told WISH-TV that three people in the car that went into the pool were taken to the hospital for evaluation. There were no other injuries.

The house suffered minor structural damage.

A wrecker with a lifting device was called to get the car out of the pool, Anderson said.

(PHOTO: Plainfield Fire Territory)

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