Daytona Beach firefighters pull woman from car in pond seconds before it sinks

Daytona Beach Fire Department

A woman who crashed into a pond and was trapped in the car was rescued by some quick-thinking Daytona Beach firefighters. 

The Daytona Beach Fire Department posted photos of the rescue on Tuesday. They say the woman crashed into a pond in front of a Target store and could not get out. 

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Daytona Beach Fire Department

"Firefighters quickly swam over to her and assisted her in getting out and making it safely to land." 

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The car ended up sinking just seconds later. It was then pulled out of the water by a tow truck.

The woman was not hurt. 

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