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Driver lands company car upside down in Tulum hole

Tulum, Q.R. —  Police were on scene of an odd incident in Tulum Tuesday when a company car fell into a hole. They arrived to find a car on its roof at the bottom of the large hole made by diggers. Inside the car were two men.

The men are believed to be workers from a private security company used to patrol the area. It is unclear as to how or why their company vehicle ended up at the bottom of the hole.

The hole, located in the Aldea Zama residential complex, was cordoned off with orange fencing. Both men, the car’s driver José Saúl and his coworker, Plácido Esteban Cruz, were removed from the  overturned car and treated on site for injuries, since both refused hospital transfers.

A tow truck was eventually brought in to remove the car from the bottom of the pit.