An article in the Sunday Times of Dublin, Ireland, has the readers of Ireland’s Sunday Times concerned about the possible dangers of going on a beach.
The article, entitled How to Fix a Car Crash on the Beach, is about a woman whose husband drove off the road into a tree in the middle of a busy beach.
The article says the woman has contacted her GP to seek help.
The GP has advised her to get off the beach and not to drive, the article says.
The car’s owner, who did not want to be named, told the Sunday Independent newspaper that the car was not the reason for the accident.
“She had no intention of going onto the beach,” he said.
A local woman who did go on the road said she felt a “strange feeling” that the driver had been going faster than he should have.
“I had no idea why he was going fast.
He was just going to hit something and then he was not paying attention,” the woman told the Irish Independent.
Another local resident, who was not involved in the incident, said the car driver was “trying to do it as a joke”.
“It’s a bit weird.
It’s not something that you can do on the roads.
He just thought it would be fun.
There’s nothing wrong with going to the beach on the day, but I just don’t think it’s a good idea.
I don’t know what he was thinking.”
Mr McBride said there was no indication that the woman had been drinking, and that the driving was normal.
“He wasn’t driving very fast.
If you look at the road you see cars are going at speed, and I don