A car was towed from a raised drawbridge in Boston's Dorchester neighborhood where it got stuck after smashing through a warning gate Wednesday, authorities said.
The incident on the Morrissey Boulevard drawbridge happened about 3 p.m., while the bridge was up for boat traffic, according to the Massachusetts Department of Transportation and Massachusetts State Police.
The vehicle, which aerial footage confirmed was a car, got stuck in the joint of the bridge after it "crashed through the warning gates," transportation department officials said in a statement. The bridge will be inspected for damage, but it's been reopened for vehicles; it won't reopen for boats until the warning gates are replaced.
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State police said the driver of the vehicle got out after the incident took place and police investigated, but it wasn't clear if they will face charges.