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Old 22 May 2015, 15:08   #21
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Originally Posted by paintman View Post
Object lesson on the consequences of taking liberties with flowing water! At least on this one no-one died.

The chaps on the vid have said they where cut off between 2 rivers in a storm and they where trying to escape.
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Old 22 May 2015, 19:54   #22
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Appears there were 5 vehicles all told on a day out with rain forecast. After they'd tried to cross the second river they realised they'd miscalculated the conditions.
On the return journey 2 managed to cross, 2 Discoveries without snorkels considered it too dangerous & decided to park up & the Defender finished up as seen.
Lack of safety ropes for the man wading in the first video when it's stuck in the dark is also a concern.
There's a couple more offroading vids by AGR productions on youtube.

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