RICHMOND, Va. -- An investigation is underway after a car was pulled out of the James River Tuesday.
Richmond firefighters received a call from a fisherman around 4 p.m. for an object in the water between the I-95 bridge and Ancarrow's Landing.
State police dispatched their dive team, which helped pull the car out of the water about four hours later.
Officials confirmed no one was inside the vehicle.
There has been no word on the make or model of the car.
Richmond Police are investigating who the car belongs to and how it got into the water.
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