GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (WOOD) — One person is in the hospital after they were pulled from an SUV that crashed into the Grand River Saturday morning.

Around 11 a.m., crews with the Grand Rapids Fire Department were sent to the Grand River near Ann Street for an overturned vehicle in the water.

GRFD said dispatch told the crews that the vehicle jumped a snowbank behind the hotel on Ann Street NW near US-131.

Water Rescue Team members found the driver inside the submerged SUV inside an air pocket. They were pulled from the vehicle and taken to the hospital.

GRFD said divers swept the immediate area and confirmed no one else was in the water.

A News 8 crew at the scene could see a hovercraft in the water around the SUV before it was pulled from the river.

It’s unclear what happened before the vehicle jumped the snow bank and crashed into the river.

This is the first GRFD Dive Team rescue since it began in September.

“We just went live with our dive team about a month ago, so this would’ve been the first call to involve divers and it proved for the department that we can have divers ready to go on scene very quickly,” said Captain Joel Boyer with the GRFD water rescue team.

The investigation is ongoing.