GLOUCESTER CITY — Police said a woman was hospitalized after they and the occupants of a boat helped get her out of her vehicle when it went into the Delaware River.

Officers responded just after 1 PM Thursday to Freedom Pier, according to a release from the Gloucester City Police Department, locating a vehicle upside down in the river.

The release said that Detective Sgt. Carlos Depoder, Officer Sean Gartland, and Officer John Bryszewski Jr. jumped into the water to extricate a woman inside, providing medical treatment before three Good Samaritans loaded the woman onto their boat.

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Treatment provided by the cops continued until medical and fire personnel arrived, according to police, and the woman was transported to a hospital. Her condition was not immediately known.

Bellmawr Fire Department divers searched the vehicle for additional occupants but none were found, police said.

The vehicle was eventually removed from the river.

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