BROWNSBURG, Ind. — Two people died Friday in Brownsburg after police say a car went into a retention pond after the driver went airborne when hitting a curb.

According to Brownsburg police, a car was in a parking lot off of E. 56th Street, near Northfield Drive shortly after 6 a.m.

The female driver of the car was trying to negotiate a turn when she hit a curb and went airborne into the water, police say.

There were four people in the car. Officials say two people in the front did not resurface on their own. They were pulled from the water unconscious, and police later confirmed both died.

Two people in the back, a male and female, survived. A good Samaritan was able to help pull one out of the water, and the other person got out on their own.

A witness originally told police the car went into the retention pond because it was trying to avoid a head-on collision with another car, but police later learned that information was inaccurate.

Officials say a major language barrier led to the misinformation.