Saskatchewan

Stolen car recovered from Saskatoon slough

A stolen car has been recovered from a slough on the west side of Saskatoon on Sunday morning, according to police.

A stolen car has been recovered from a slough on the west side of Saskatoon on Sunday morning, according to police.

Fire crews were called to a spot about 1½ kilometres from 33rd Street and Dalmeny Road just after 10 a.m. CST.

Upon arriving at the scene, firefighters found a car submerged to the roof in a slough.

Saskatoon police say they checked out the licence plate number and determined the vehicle had been reported stolen.

A dive crew that checked out the submerged car found no one inside, and all the windows were open.

A tow truck is in the process of pulling the car out of the slough.