Volvo 4X4 submerged by tide as it gets stuck in mud at Humber River estuary
The owner of a vehicle that was submerged by the sea at Cleethorpes Beach hopes it can be rescued on Saturday night.
Earlier on Saturday, the Volvo 4X4 got stuck in the muddy shoreline whilst driving a jet ski on the seaside. On the other hand, the motorist from Scunthorpe had to abandon the car as the Humber wave came and the automobile was quickly submerged.
As the tide receded Saturday evening, the white 4X4 was nevertheless firmly trapped in the mud. Cleethorpes Seaside has a layer of sand, but the comfortable clay beneath it can be hazardous to autos.
Previously, seaside security teams observed the motor vehicle in difficulties all around 1pm as they escorted other beachgoers absent from the oncoming tide. The two gentlemen who were being with the car or truck achieved the shore securely.
Right after the incident, Cleethorpes resort manager Scott Snowden stated he was worried about pollutants contaminating the ocean as waves washed above stranded cars.