Buried wreck revealed by low tide

PHOTO: GIORDANO STOLLEY
PHOTO: GIORDANO STOLLEY
A super moon that resulted in a very low tide revealed a surprise at Invercargill's Oreti Beach.

Concerned that surfers or swimmers might be injured by the car wreck, one local surfer (who declined to be named) and fellow surfer Dr Mark Rudel (right) hammer a pole into the sand to warn other water users of the dangers that lurk there, until Invercargill City Council officials have had a chance to get a digger in remove the wreck.

It is not known to whom the car belonged or how long it has been there.

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