LAKEWOOD, Ohio - A party was literally crashed when a woman drove her Jeep through a fence at an apartment complex and plunged into a pool at a Lakewood home where a pool party was taking place.
There were two men in the pool at the time of the crash, they were uninjured. One of the men in the pool swam to the Jeep to help rescue the driver. The 46-year-old female driver was pulled from the vehicle without injuries.
Police say it is unknown at this time why the woman crashed and plunged her Jeep into the pool.
She was arrested on charges of OVI and reckless operation, according to Lakewood police.
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