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Video: Police rescue woman from SUV submerged in Delaware River

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GLOUCESTER CITY, N.J. - Authorities in Gloucester City, New Jersey have released video of officers working to rescue a woman from a vehicle after it became submerged in the Delaware River.

It all unfolded on Apr. 28 at the Freedom Pier just after 1 p.m. Police were called to the scene for a water rescue after a woman in an SUV crashed through a guardrail on the pier and into the water.

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