A California driver crashed into a wall at a Pasadena pool with 3 people inside, including a child


A Tesla with three people inside, including a child, crashed into a Pasadena pool amid heavy rain and wind in Southern California.

The incident happened in the backyard of a home in the 700 block of West California Boulevard near South Grand Avenue and La Loma Road, according to the Pasadena Fire Department.

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The agency wrote on Twitter that the Tesla driver mistakenly hit the accelerator instead of the brake, drove over a wall, and then into the pool. There were two adults and a child in the car.

A Telsa carrying two adults and a child crashed into a Pasadena pool during a California storm.
(Pasadena Fire Department)

“Good Samaritans jumped into the pool and rescued the residents,” the department tweeted. Lisa Derderian, public information manager for the city of Pasadena, told Fox News Digital that “two employees of a preschool near the residence rescued the occupants of the vehicle – two adults and a 4-year-old child.

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The current condition or injuries of the three people who were rescued is unknown.



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