Car pulled out of Sloan’s Lake
Police pulled this car from Sloan's Lake in Denver on Feb. 6, 2013.
DENVER — Denver Fire confirmed they were able to pull a car out of Sloans Lake after it was discovered the vehicle had plunged into the body of water Wednesday morning.
A fire department spokesperson said there was no one in the car, and that emergency crews were able to remove it from the water shortly before 7 a.m.
Denver Police are yet to determine whether the vehicle may be stolen or linked to a crime.
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