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Truck Crashes Into Swimming Pool in Buena Park

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Early this morning, a suspected drunk driver crashed his car through a brick wall and into a ten-foot deep swimming pool in Buena Park, reports KTLA.

The home, on the 64,000 block of Dale Street, is being rented by three Cal State Fullerton students, who say they were minding their own business, studying, and getting ready to go to sleep when the accident happened. None of them were hurt, but they were very surprised.

The driver also wasn't hurt, unless you count his pride (and his bank account), because he was arrested on charges of driving under the influence.

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