EAST HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) — Police say a car plunged into a sinkhole apparently caused by a water main break, forcing at least one person to crawl out the back of the car to escape.

WTIC-TV reports the incident happened early Saturday in East Hartford.

Photos from the scene show the car partially engulfed by the sinkhole, which was filled with water. Police tell the station that someone had to climb out the hatchback of the car to escape.

Police say no one was injured.

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Information from: WTIC-TV, http://www.fox61.com