It began out like a typical Massachusetts story: a DoorDash driver was delivering Dunkin’ to a buyer.
It ended with the driving force’s automotive submerged in water and expenses filed, in response to a information launch from the Middleton Police Division.
The motive force was on their method to the shopper’s home for the supply the morning of Sept. 22, police say. A GPS took them down a mud street, the driving force instructed police, then they “by some means ended up driving right into a physique of water,” in response to Middleton police.
The motive force managed to get out of the automotive and stroll out of the woods to a close-by dwelling. They known as the police and knowledgeable them of the submerged automotive within the woods.
“Middleton Police Officers arrived on scene and located the operator panicked, claiming that their automobile was underwater,” in response to the discharge.
The motive force was holding the Dunkin’ supply of their hand, police mentioned.
First responders started in search of the automotive and located it partly submerged and nonetheless operating within the water behind a house. They alerted the house owner and fished the automotive out of the water. The automobile didn’t seem to leak fluids into the water, police mentioned.
The hearth division checked out the driving force, who requested to be taken to a hospital, in response to the discharge. Police didn’t disclose the driving force’s identification or their present situation.
Police mentioned they have been charging the driving force with negligent operation of a motorcar and requested instant menace license suspension from the state’s Registry of Motor Automobiles.
McClatchy Information reached out to Middleton police for extra info however didn’t instantly heard again.
Middleton is about 20 miles north of Boston.
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