Stranded car submerged by sea on Cleethorpes beach
A car was submerged by the sea after getting stuck in the sands of Cleethorpes beach today (Saturday).
The Volvo 4x4, which was pulling a jet ski, became stuck just as the tide was coming in. Two men were rescued after Scott Snowden, the Cleethorpes resort manager, spotted their car in trouble on the shoreline.
The men, who are from Scunthorpe, were visiting Cleethorpes for this first time and had hoped to launch the jet ski from the beach. Now, Scott fears the vehicle will pollute the sea water with contaminants.
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The rescue of the owners began at around 1pm when the two men went to the shoreline to launch the jet ski. As they unloaded the jet ski …
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