A lesson on how to park a car somehow turned into a swim at the community pool.
Maryland’s Montgomery County Fire and Rescue service says it found a car sitting in the middle of a city’s pool over the weekend following a “driver error during [a] parking practice session.
Photographs posted on Twitter showed the car halfway submerged in the pool at the North Creek Community Center – which had been closed for the season.
Pete Piringer, a spokesman for the service, tweeted there were no injuries and both people managed to climb out themselves.
He said in an interview with the Washington Post that a man and a woman in their 50s or 60s were in the car, although it was not clear who was behind the wheel.
Gaithersburg Police are investigating the incident.