Car drives right into lake but what happens next surprises everyone

Just a normal day by the water in Ontario turns specials when a car hits the water. On a second look, the license plate makes sense.

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4 Replies to “Car drives right into lake but what happens next surprises everyone”

  1. When the car's entered the water, the wheels keep turning; have they sprouted paddle-wheels for water propulsion?? There were some cares of other makes that did the same thing, from the late '50's to the early '70's–except that they had shaft propellers that would sprout out the back just prior to water entry. It would be a gas to try this out on Lake Tahoe–drive into the lake at Stateline, then back onto streets at Incline, with side excursions to all of the important coves, bays, and peninsulas. You might even drop anchor, for a spot of fishing and-or a swim!

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