Chattanooga Fire Department rescues driver from submerged car

Courtesy: Chattanooga Fire Department

CHATTANOOGA, Tenn. (WDEF)- A driver is now safe after The Chattanooga Fire department made a speedy rescue Sunday morning.

According to the fire department, the car was partially submerged and was upside down.

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The fire department says that the driver was able to move inside the vehicle and keep their head out of the water.

Firefighters removed the door and helped the driver out of the car.

There were no significant injuries.

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Danielle Moss joined the WDEF 12 News team in April 2019 as a reporter, producer and fill-in Meteorologist. She began her journey at WDEF as a weather intern. You can find Danielle on the evening anchor desk every weekend. She also reports during the week and does weather as well. Danielle grew up in Atlanta, GA and graduated from Jacksonville State University with a Mass Communications degree. She is currently enrolled in Mississippi State's Broadcast and Operational Meteorology degree program and is expected to graduate in May of 2020. Prior to WDEF, Danielle worked as a sideline reporter on Friday Night Network. She is an avid traveler and is excited to start exploring Chattanooga. To connect with Danielle on social media you can find her on Twitter: @SunnyD_wx and you can like her Facebook page: Danielle Moss WDEF.