Man Drives Corvette into Delaware River in Northeast Philly
Update: Police have pulled a red Corvette from the Delaware River in the Tacony section of Northeast Philadelphia.
NOW: A Corvette has just been removed from the Delaware River. Driver ran off. Live report Fox 29 News at 6. pic.twitter.com/LMCunfNVBu
— FOX 29 (@FOX29philly) November 10, 2014
No one was hurt. Police say the Corvette was dumped by a husband who is going through a divorce with his wife. The driver, whose name has not been released, fled the car. He’s wanted on reckless endangerment and other charges.
— Action News on 6abc (@6abc) November 10, 2014
Police are currently searching the Delaware River after reports that a Corvette drove into the river.
Police first received reports of the Corvette’s dive into the Delaware at about a quarter to 4. Callers told cops the red ’Vette went into the river at Magee Avenue in the Tacony section of Northeast Philadelphia.
Action News is reporting there are visible tire tracks leading to the river. A report on the station said police have been searching since 3:50 p.m.