A boat tossed its driver overboard and started doing doughnuts after hitting a wave on the Potomac River.
It happened around noon Sunday along Washington, D.C.’s Georgetown Waterfront, WTOP-FM reported.
A passing motorist helped get the man out of the water and brought him to shore, D.C. Fire said in a post on Twitter.
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The man declined further medical treatment, D.C. Fire also said on Twitter.
D.C. police eventually got control of the empty boat after it continued circling on the waves.
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