Monroe County deputies say a car is being pulled from Irondequoit Bay this morning after it went into the bay last night.
The car was coming from the Webster side of Bay Road when it went through the barricade at the approach to the bay outlet bridge. Of course, the bridge isn't there right now. County highway crews have to swing it into place at the end of the boating season and take down the barricades.
The car launched into the water and landed on the Irondequoit side. Both the driver and passenger were able to get out before it sank and nobody was hurt.
The Monroe County Sheriff's SCUBA Team is helping get the car out of the bay.