Selma, N.C. — An SUV plunged into a river on Old Dam Road near Selma Tuesday afternoon as summer storms deluged roads with heavy rainfall, authorities said.
A 24-year-old woman, her mother and two toddlers were inside the SUV when it hydroplaned on a bridge, causing the driver to lose control, crash into a guardrail and land in the river.
No one was injured, but the vehicle was a total loss.
The state Highway Patrol reopened the road early Wednesday after state Department of Transportation ran safety checks on the bridge.
No other information was released.