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Woman saved by two Good Samaritans after crashing car into Fort Myers pond

Woman saved by two Good Samaritans after crashing car into Fort Myers pond
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FORT MYERS, Fla.– A woman crashed her SUV into a pond outside of the Calusa Palms neighborhood in Fort Myers.

On Monday afternoon, a woman was trying to make a U-turn when she accidentally hit the gas, according to a witness on scene.

She flew off the roadway and through a gazebo before splashing into the water, the witness said.

Two men jumped in the water, swimming to the SUV in the middle of the water.

The Good Samaritans tried to help her out through the trunk but they ended up saving her through the driver side door.

No further information was immediately available at this time. Count on NBC2 to bring you the latest info once it is released.

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