Three people were rescued after a Tesla driver in California drove through a wall and landed in a swimming pool on Tuesday.
A photo shared by the Pasadena Fire Department shows a white Tesla submerged in a small swimming pool, surrounded by debris and damaged tiles. The accident occurred Tuesday morning near Pacific Oaks Children’s School in the 700 block of West California Boulevard.
According to the fire department, the driver pressed the accelerator instead of the brakes. Two good Samaritans jumped into the pool to rescue the three occupants in the vehicle, including a child.
Per reports, the good Samaritans were teachers at the school, and the child in the vehicle was a student being dropped off.
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