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Rear Hatch Sticks Out From Cooper River in New Jersey

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    Rear Hatch Sticks Out of Cooper River

    What appeared to be a van was submerged in the Cooper River about 20 feet from the bank Friday morning. (Published Friday, June 22, 2018)

    The rear hatch of what appeared to be a minivan could be seen above the water as crews on a boat circled it in the Cooper River in Camden County, New Jersey, Friday morning.

    SkyForce10 captured the scene play out just off North Park Drive and Kaighn Avenue in Pennsauken shortly after 7:15 a.m.

    The vehicle was in the water about 20 feet from the banks of the river.

    Camden County spokesman Dan Keashan said the driver of the vehicle lost control before slamming into the water. No one was hurt, he said.

    Crews didn’t appear to be going into the water to search for anyone.