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HAMBURG, GERMANY - NOVEMBER 09: A sinking car is seen at the Fischmarkt during the flood on November 9, 2007 in Hamburg, Germany. The Hamburg fish market and other areas close to the waterfront along the European North Sea cost and on the islands off the coast were flooded but the first storm tide of the season, brought in by low pressure system "Tilo", did not bring on the heavy damage that was expected earlier. (Photo by Friedemann Vogel/Getty Images)

This happened last week but it’s making the rounds now.  Somebody shot video of bystanders rescuing a woman who was trapped inside of her car on the Schuylkill River in Philadelphia.

The video starts with the car about halfway under water and two guys trying to figure out how to get the doors open.  And then a third guy with a tire iron swims out to help break the windows.

They pull her out of the car just as a rowing crew comes by and tosses life jackets into the water . . . which is good because the car goes under soon after.