Firefighters rescue woman who drove into water in Bremerton
Bremerton police credit two firefighters who went into the waters of the frigid Port Washington Narrows on Friday to save a woman who car had submerged.
Firefighter/paramedic Joel Wulf and firefighter/EMT Craig Patti got the woman out of the car. Resuscitation began, Emergency crews took her to Harrison Medical Center after getting a heartbeat and seeing signs of life.
She is being treated for life-threatening injuries.
Police say officers were dispatched at 11:41 to the 3500 block of Tracyton Boulevard just north of Carter Farms Road. They found that a car had left the road and ended up on its roof in the Port Washington Narrows.
Police say drugs and alcohol do not appear to be factors in the accident. Roads were slippery Friday morning.