Talk about a car going rogue, we have more questions than answers, but here's what we know. A silver Nissan Rogue went into the Mohawk River in the area of Saratoga Street in Cohoes. It was reported to police Tuesday morning around 10.
A nearby tow truck company made it to the scene to pull the vehicle out.
The car was in far enough where the water level was over the hood and clearly the driver would have had trouble just throwing it in reverse to get out.
Eventually the car was pulled to the shore.
NewsChannel 13 reports nobody was hurt. Still no word on what caused the SUV to drive into the river or the extent of damage on the vehicle.
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In 2019 Ice Jams Caused Boats to Break Free in the Hudson River [PHOTOS]
This is one of those famous moments in Capital Region history where you probably remember where you were when it happened. On the morning of Friday, January 25, 2019 at least six boats broke free in the in the Hudson River between Troy and Albany. Since it was January, all the boats were unmanned at the time, so they were at the mercy of the river current and the ice.
There had been some strange weather developing over the previous few days and ice jams formed enough to wreak havoc on the Hudson River from Troy to Albany. Several boats became dislodged starting in Troy, eventually moving down the river where many hit the Livingston Avenue bridge, which carries trains over the Hudson between Albany and Rensselaer.
One of the boats that broke free that morning was the Captain JP Cruise ship, a four level vessel and popular summer party spot. It hit the bridge and was lodged there for quite a while as crews worked to free it. There was some damage, but it was able to be repaired in time for summer.
At least six other boats were pushed down the river including the Rusty Anchor Restaurant as well as some barges and tugboats.
Several bridges were closed due to safety concerns, including the Patroon Island Bridge, which carries I-90 over the Hudson connecting Albany and Rensselaer Counties. Rescue crews with tugboats were on the scene quickly from the port of Albany to stop the runaway boats.