Wednesday morning, Miami Shores residents witnessed a strange sight: a crumpled UPS truck sitting in the middle of Biscayne Bay.

Although not as picturesque as the piano left out on a Biscayne Bay sandbar last year, the truck's curious distance from the sea wall at 95th Street and North Bayshore Drive caused some double-takes. Watch the above video.

Local 10 reports that the truck first hit a tree, causing the roof to peel off and the gas pedal to get stuck.

Miami Shores Police Chief Kevin Lystad told the Miami Herald the truck broke through the pedestrian rail and landed 100 feet off shore.

In NBC Miami's aerial footage above, a man who appears to be the UPS driver gestures on the shore.

No injuries were reported, according to Miami-Dade Fire Rescue.

WSVN reports that divers attached tow truck lines to remove the vehicle from the water.

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