A woman was saved from the Gowanus Canal on Tuesday night, fire officials said.
According to an FDNY spokesman, the woman was in the toxic waterway at around 5:53 p.m. near Union and Bond streets. The rescuers were not immediately sure if she fell in or jumped.
The woman was conscious and holding on to a life ring from an NYPD vessel, but further details about her condition were also not immediately known.
The rescue crew pulled her out by 6:03 p.m. and transported her to New York Methodist Hospital.