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Truck Abandoned In Creek Near Essex Park Golf Course – HOT SPRINGS

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Hot Springs Police were notified of an abandoned truck partially submerged in the creek between Catherine Heights Road and Essex Park Golf Course yesterday morning.

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Hot Springs Police Corporal Lowery responded to the area and located a bronze colored Dodge Ram pick up truck abandoned in the middle of the creek and in about 3 feet of water.

It was not known at the time how the truck wound up in the lake.

Holcomb’s Transport & Recovery took charge of and removed the truck from the creek.