For the second time in a little over a month, a Memorial Drive motorist wound up in the Charles River and was rescued by a crew team that happened to be right there.
Cambridge Police report a man drove into the Charles River from Memorial Drive at Flagg Street around 7:30 p.m. He was was able to get himself out of his sinking vehicle, police say.
WBZ reports the man suffered some sort of medical incident and that he went into the river near a motorized boat carrying Northeastern crew coaches.
The Cambridge Fire Department reports he was not seriously injured.
On Aug. 24, another driver plunged into the river from Memorial Drive in the same stretch. He was also pulled out of the water by a passing crew team.