Divers and law enforcement in the southern U.S. are wondering how a car with New Brunswick plates ended up more than 2,300 kilometres away in an Alabama creek.
An independent group called Chaos Divers spotted the vehicle Sunday under three metres of water and called police, who pulled it out Monday morning.
The Toyota Echo with expired 2002 New Brunswick plates had been floating upside down in Second Creek near Elgin, Ala., a community near the Tennessee border.
Diver Jacob Grubbs was puzzled when he first spotted the licence plates, bearing the name of a place he had never heard of.
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