Viewers Catch Pricy Car's Water Rescue

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    NBCDFW viewers catch the rescue of a reported $150-200k car from a creek. (Published Saturday, Jul 10, 2010)

    Talk about your wrong turns. This raw video sent in by NBCDFW viewer Courtney Riggan shows Arlington Fire-Rescue pulling out what was a shiny silver kit car from a small creek on the University of Texas at Arlington campus.
     
    Police say the 57-year-old driver was watching a racing event at UTA, but as he was leaving, he lost control of the car and went over a curb, only to land in a small creek.

    The man was able to quickly climb out to safety, thanks to the open-top roof, and no injuries were reported.

    RAW VIDEO: NBCDFW Viewers Catch Pricy Car's Water Rescue

    [DFW] RAW VIDEO: NBCDFW Viewers Catch Pricy Car's Water Rescue
    NBCDFW viewers catch the rescue of a reported $150-200k car from a creek. (Published Saturday, Jul 10, 2010)

    According to witnesses on the scene, the car was worth $150,000 to $200,000 dollars.

    The race the driver was watching is part of the 10th annual Texas Autocross event that included 35 cars from 14 colleges.

    If you see news happening, send your photos and videos to isee@nbcdfw.com.