Emergency Auto Assistance Extremes


You thought you were having a bad day when your new car broke down but there are worse auto catastrophes when it comes to emergency auto assistance. The incident depicted here was more like ocean side service. Be that as it may, it clearly depicts a disaster of sorts, but since there was no loss of life – the tow was remotely controlled – and the passenger of the drowned car had already been rescued uninjured, what we end up is a very comedic moment to record in the annals of emergency auto assistance.
Here is an account of the incident.

“We have certainly have had our ups and downs in the village this year what with somebody falling off the village wall, thank god not killed, and then in the wee hours of Saturday morning, a car goes into the Harbour, with a young man at the wheel, the car landed upside down and if it was not for the vigilance Mary King who alerted Sean de Courcey, Sean fair play to him pulled this man out of the car, which was nearly totally submerged in the tide and pulled him to safety, what ever way you look at it, Sean saved his life, yet again another near fatal accident, and then I suppose on the slightly humorous side and to add insult to injury, a tow truck was called out to pull the car out, now get this, the truck fell in while trying to lift the car, no donít worry there was no one in it, it was remote controlled, but the machine was not heavier enough to lift the car out, therefore, a proper professional machine had to be called in, and the job was done, no loss of life, what was interesting the amount of people that came to have a look at this task you would think we had another social event going on .”

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Posted on Wednesday, March 7th, 2007 at 7:29 am In Emergency Auto Assistance  

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