The driver of this vehicle was rescued by members of the Harrison Fire Department Sunday afternoon at 2:40 pm after her car became stalled by high water between Miller Hardware and Worley's Tire on Necessity Avenue. She was being evaluated by EMS crews from North Arkansas Regional Medical Center who were also on the scene.

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Old Arkie

Seems like she could have rescued herself by opening her car door and walking the 5 or 6 steps in ankle deep water to dry ground! ....but that wouldn't help justify having 30 rescue personnel and two million dollars worth of equipment standing by, would it?

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