rescued after their car gets stuck in mud on Brean beach
mother and baby were led to safety after getting their vehicle
stuck on Brean Beach on Tuesday evening (July 21st).
car was driven almost half a mile down the beach towards the sea
when its wheels became stuck in the soft sand and mud, prompting
a call-out for the team from Burnham charity BARB Search &
Rescue, as pictured here.
beach warden called for the help to pull the stranded vehicle
free. BARB's 4x4 vehicles were used to safely tow the stuck car
up the beach.
family, from Birmingham, had been visiting the beach on a day
trip and were grateful for the help of the rescue service.
new warning has been issued to motorists after the incident about
keeping clear of mud and soft sand.
always advise motorists to keep to the hard sand at the top of
the beach in the allocated parking areas and never to get tempted
to drive out into the mud and soft sand," said a BARB spokesman.