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Motorist ends up in Lake Okabena

Worthington Police Department and Sanford Worthington Ambulance were dispatched to the scene.

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The Worthington Police Department and Sanford Worthington Ambulance were dispatched to the grade on Lake Okabena this afternoon for a pick-up that left the roadway and entered the lake. (Tim Middagh / The Globe)

WORTHINGTON — A pick-up truck left the roadway going across the grade Friday afternoon and ended up in Lake Okabena.

The Worthington Police Department and Sanford Worthington Ambulance were dispatched to the scene.

According to WPD Sergeant Josh McCuen, there was one individual in the truck. Department of Natural Resources Conservation Officer Andrew Dirks helped rescue the individual from the truck, and no injuries were reported.

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Worthington Police look at a pickup that left the grade and ended up in Lake Okabena Friday afternoon. (Tim Middagh / The Globe)

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