Audi found submerged in ocean, Coastguard called for rescue
【Summary】Coastguard rescues Audi submerged in sea at East Lothian beach. Locals baffled by discovery. No one in danger. Recovery arrangements underway.
An Audi car has been found submerged in water on an East Lothian beach, leaving locals in North Berwick puzzled. The vehicle, a black Audi, was discovered stranded on the slipway of West Beach, facing towards the sand. It is unclear how the car ended up in this position, but the North Berwick Coastguard Rescue Team is currently working to remove it.
The North Berwick Coastguard Rescue Team assured the public that no individuals were in danger as a result of this unusual incident. They have made arrangements to recover the car and have posted updates on their Facebook page. A spokesperson for the team stated, "For awareness, there is currently a vehicle stranded on the slipway at North Berwick West Beach. Relevant services have been notified and efforts are underway to have the car recovered. There is no immediate danger to any persons."
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