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A Brand New Dodge Dart Sits at the Bottom of Candlewick Lake
With so many rivers, lakes and ponds in the Stateline water rescues aren't uncommon. Now a brand new Dodge Dart sits at the bottom of Candlewick Lake but today’s sinking wasn't an accident. Several different fire departments and their families spread out across the marina to get a good view of the car that now sits rock bottom some 15 feet below the surface.

The car will be used for live simulations water rescue services often encounter including trailer hook ups and side-sonar imaging. Lake officials do not have a date set for when the car will need to be removed, if at all this year.

This is the second vehicle drowning the M.A.B.I.S. Water Rescue Team has done. A 2015 Jeep Patriot is sitting at the bottom of the quarry on Sandy Hallow Road for training purposes as well.

 
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