SACRAMENTO, Calif. — Sacramento Firefighters did their best David Hasselhoff impression, Friday night, when they were called out to “rescue” a woman stuck in a pond at Sutter’s Fort.

Police were first called out just after 8:30 p.m. on reports of a woman wading in the pond. When officers arrived, they say the woman was uncooperative and difficult to understand. From there, officers called out the Sacramento Fire Department’s Water Rescue team (seriously).

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The team tells ABC10 they did not need to use their rescue boat because the water in the pond was very shallow.

Crews were able to get the woman out of the pond where she was taken to the hospital over concerns of hypothermia. Authorities did not speculate on the woman’s condition and her identity and age were not released.

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