On Jekyll Island, Georgia, police spotted young people on the beach in the Hummer. Law enforcement officers decided to remind about the importance of social distancing in the face of the coronavirus pandemic, but did not take into account the impending tide and got stuck on the Ford Explorer. According to The Drive, this was only the beginning of the story.
- The self-isolation violators tried to pull out the police car, but their Hummer also got stuck in the wet sand. A local resident came to the rescue in a Ford Excursion and pulled the Hummer ashore, but when he returned for the police, he also got stuck.
When the tractor-excavator arrived, the water level began to rise rapidly. As a result, he got stuck almost immediately, and two Fords were in the water in the middle of the doors. By this time, the intruders on the Hummer had long gone.
- The sunken SUVs and a tractor-excavator were rescued only the next day, when the tide began. None of the people were injured, but the total amount of damage exceeded $ 100,000 (7.3 million rubles).