This is the moment a car is slowly towed out of a family swimming pool after a teen motorist lost control and drove into the water.
The incident took place in the US state of Colorado on 15th July.
The teenage driver, whose name is not disclosed, has received a citation from the police after driving into a family’s swimming pool.
The West Metro Fire Department and Ace Towing were called to the scene to remove the car from the pool.
The police said that no one, including the teen driver and a passenger in the car, was injured in the incident.
The fire brigade’s dive team had to first attach the car to the tow rig, which took between 10 and 15 minutes to connect the chains to several positions on the vehicle.
Once the car was secured, the tow company slowly lifted the car out from the pool.
West Metro Fire Rescue said in a statement: “Going in was probably a bit easier than coming out. Our dive team, assisting in recovering a car that went into a pool in the 1100 blk. of South Flower Circle on Thursday, July 15.
“The driver and passenger got out without injury. Lakewood Police Department issued a citation to a teen driver.”
The fire brigade added: “Whatever it takes to serve.”
In the accompanying footage, a diver is seen attaching the car to the tow rig before it is slowly lifted up.
One cheeky netizen quipped: “Wow! Talk about carpooling.”