SUV Pulled from Susquehanna County Pond

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DIMOCK TOWNSHIP -- Rescue crews in Susquehanna County were called out Wednesday morning after receiving a call about a vehicle in a pond.

Firefighters and dive units arrived on Bare Valley Road in Dimock Township around 8 a.m. to investigate the SUV in the water.

The vehicle was pulled from the pond and no one was found inside.

Authorities have not said how the vehicle ended up in the water or who it belongs to.

6 comments

  • John Woodmansee

    “Who it belongs to”? Does anyone at 16 understand basic grammar and about ending sentences with prepositions?

  • Nan

    The wheels of a Scranton fire truck fell off (axle and all) on Meadow Ave in front of Gerrity’s this morning. No word on the media about that. What was the cause of that mishap? That fire truck could have been coming down E. Mountain Road and there would have been a real tragedy. Stick to the real news…..and by the way if that IDIOT eats cat food on air you will be losing many viewers…most families eat breakfast while watching the news. ENOUGH with the childish antics. It’s time the corporate office mans up and snags that loon with a big butterfly net. Take a look back at the insanity that happens in that backyard. His heart is in the right place with St. Joseph’s but the weather is fine without the comedy routine!

  • Supporter of America

    I apologize to everyone, I just wanted to go ice fishing and apparently the ice wasn’t as ready as me. Sitting next to the woodstove now, brrrr!

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