GRAND RAPIDS, Mich — Grand Rapids Police says rescue crews responded late Saturday night to a report of a vehicle plunging into Plaster Creek, southwest of downtown Grand Rapids.
They were dispatched around 9:14 p.m. Saturday to the 1300 block of Market Avenue S.W., near the Grand Rapids Water Resource Recovery Facility wastewater-treatment plant.
Market Avenue was closed between the I-196 exit and Godfrey Avenue SW while the vehicle was removed and dive teams searched for any occupants.
GRPD told FOX 17 there were no people in the vehicle, and a forensic team was one the scene.
At this time, police are still attempting to contact the driver or owner of the vehicle.