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HARALSON COUNTY, Ga. (CBS46) - Haralson County fire crews pulled a man to safety after flood waters swept away his vehicle Tuesday night. 

The man was driving through water covering Clay Road when his vehicle was washed off the road according to Haralson County fire chief.  Rescuers were able to get to the driver and pull him from the car.  

Fire Chief Brian Walker called it “a successful rescue” because the driver survived the ordeal.  Once pulled from the vehicle, he was taken to an ambulance and appeared to be okay according to the fire chief. 

Clay Road is located off Old Highway 100 near Walker Creek. 

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