SURPRISE, AZ - A 20-year-old woman had to be rescued Thursday night after her car went into a canal in the west Valley.
Authorities said the accident happened near Grand Avenue and Cotton Lane around 7:30 p.m.
DPS officials said the woman was on the US 60, crossed through traffic, lost control of her vehicle and wound up in the canal.
The woman suffered non life-threatening injuries and is expected to be okay.
Police are still investigating how she lost control of her vehicle.
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