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A driver was rescued from a pond in Easton on Monday night off Banks Road.  The volunteer fire department was about to start a training session, when they received the emergency call.  Police, Fire and EMS helped the driver out of the car and through the waist deep water.  The car was about 30 feet from shore.  Firefighters then had to suit up in cold water rescue suits and help the tow driver hook up to the car. The driver was transported to the hospital for evaluation.  He reportedly hit a vehicle on Route 136 and fled the scene, but the other driver followed him and the Sandy Hook resident lost control on a curve and crashed. The driver was charged with evading responsibility and passing in a no passing zone.

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