A car plunged into the water of Boston Harbor late Sunday night, hitting "multiple things" in a shipyard in the Seaport District before entering the water, police said.
A Boston police spokesperson didn't say if anyone was believed to be hurt in the incident, but sources told NBC10 Boston a person was still inside the car on Monday morning and dive rescue crews worked to retrieve the body.
The car was removed from the water near Drydock Avenue Monday afternoon, after crews had worked since late Sunday night to find and secure the vehicle.
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The incident happened at around 10:30 p.m. on Sunday. By later Monday morning, the search for the vehicle was over, but crews were still working on figuring out how to actually haul it out of the water.
The Boston Fire Department, Boston Police Department and the Boston Harbor Unit were all on scene.
Additional details about the circumstances of this incident have not been released.