Car found submerged at Mystic River boat ramp in Charlestown; no one found inside

Boston firefighters searched a submberged car in Charlestown today. (Boston Fire Department photo)

Boston police and firefighters are investigating a submerged car found at the end of a boat ramp in Charlestown this morning, authorities said.

Fire department spokesman Steve MacDonald said a white four-door Nissan sedan was found at the boat ramp off Terminal Street about 9 a.m.


The car was reported stolen in Stoneham earlier this morning.

A fire department diver found no one inside the car.

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