BALTIMORE -- A sous chef at Phillips Seafood rescued a driver who crashed into Baltimore's Inner Harbor Wednesday afternoon.
According to the restaurant's manager, the chef broke the car window and grabbed the man out and swam him to the life ring where they were pulled out of the of water.
"Chef is currently in the hospital due to the injuries he sustained when breaking open the window," the manager confirmed to WJZ.
Officers received a call for a car in the Inner Harbor shortly after 4 p.m. in the 700 block pf East Pratt Street.
Police said the driver was "experiencing a mental health crisis."
Viewers sent video of people who were rescued from the water.
Officials said everyone is out of the water and were checked for injuries.
About three hours after crashing into the Inner Harbor, the car was pulled out.
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