The notorious beach claims its second 4WD victim while the driver turns the car during a heyday

& # 39; Inexperienced & # 39; driver turns over his 4WD during soft sand tide – just a few days after another vehicle was rolled on the same infamous beach

  • A second 4WD vehicle was rolled while driving through the infamous Teewah beach
  • The incident took place while the driver was rushing through soft sand
  • It is the second Easter incident after another vehicle rolled on Thursday

An & # 39; inexperienced & # 39; driver set his 4WD on Easter Sunday morning on a notorious beach in Queensland.

The Toyota Prado driver – who was unharmed during the incident – rolled his vehicle at 10 am while he was booming on the soft sands of Teewah Beach.

The incident, which took place at Noosa & # 39; s North Shore, followed another 4WD accident on Thursday, where the driver rolled down an erosion bench.

Photos posted on Facebook show a Holden Jackeroo upside down on the beach as concerned fellow motorists.

The Jackeroo driver was also unharmed in the incident.

Photos posted on Facebook show a Holden Jackeroo upside down on the beach as concerned co-drivers watch (photo)

Photos posted on Facebook show a Holden Jackeroo upside down on the beach as concerned co-drivers watch (photo)

The Jackeroo driver was also unharmed in the incident (photo)

The Jackeroo driver was also unharmed in the incident (photo)

The Jackeroo driver was also unharmed in the incident (photo)

Social media users responded quickly to the images.

People were quick to add Facebook comments about the incident, many asked the drivers' ability to drive.

& # 39; Poor driving that, & # 39; said a person.

& # 39; Drive to the conditions & # 39 ;, another wrote.

& # 39; Dunes are for drinking beer, not for driving … & # 39; said a third.

Teewah Beach (photo) is probably impassable at least two hours before and after high tide

Teewah Beach (photo) is probably impassable at least two hours before and after high tide

Teewah Beach (photo) is probably impassable at least two hours before and after high tide

Authorities have warned those who drive on the beach to watch out.

Teewah Beach is probably impassable at least two hours before and after high tide, they said.

If you are driving on the beach, drivers must be careful to check the conditions before they continue. Also, remember that damaging the dunes leads to fines on the spot.

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