Valet Crashes Jeep Into Pool, Police Say

A rug got stuck over the gas pedal, the valet told police.

— -- A valet who was parking a Jeep lost control of the vehicle and crashed it through a condominium building late Thursday night in Cambridge, Massachusetts, police said.

The valet was able to escape the Jeep and get out of the pool by himself, Warnick told ABC News today. He was later taken to a local hospital, where he was treated for minor injuries to his leg, Warnick said.

No one else was in the pool at the time or in the path of the Jeep when the valet lost control of the car, Warnick said.

The black Jeep was caught on video, partially submerged under water with its windshield wipers going off. WCVB.

The vehicle was removed from the pool around 1 a.m. today, according to police.

The Jeep's owner has been informed about the accident, Warnick said. At this time, the incident "appears to be accidental" and "no charges have been filed or brought upon the valet driver," he added.

Police were not releasing the identity of the valet driver nor the identity of the owner of the Jeep at this time, Warnick said.

The Regatta Riverview Residences' office did not immediately respond to ABC News' calls and emails requesting additional comment.