Jeep Watch 2.0? Vehicle stranded Sunday on Myrtle Beach shore

Jeep Watch 2.0? Vehicle stranded Sunday on Myrtle Beach shore
No it’s not deja vu...another Jeep is looking for its owner along the Myrtle Beach shore. (Source: WMBF News)

MYRTLE BEACH, SC (WMBF) - No it’s not deja vu...another Jeep is looking for its owner along the Myrtle Beach shore.

The Grey Jeep was first spotted Sunday before noon by an anonymous viewer near the Springmaid Pier and public access 17 off Nash Street in Myrtle Beach.

JUST IN: Jeep Watch TWO Nash St. The owner says he’s from California and just wanted to drive on the beach. His friend, Jessika, is from Myrtle Beach and says they’re childhood friends — seeing each other for the first time today in a decade. I’d say it’s one they won’t forget! SIDE NOTE: I just finished a long workout and rushed to the access before shooting this. I had just gotten the text to found out about the Jeep — I’m not working today! So please be nice 🙂 WMBF News

Posted by Meredith Helline WMBF on Sunday, January 19, 2020

The owners of the vehicle, Jessika Rukavina and Dillon Young tell WMBF News they were hoping to get a better look at the beach when the Jeep ‘got stuck.’

“He’s an idiot,” Rukavina said jokingly.

In September of 2019, a red Jeep captured the attention of the nation while Hurricane Dorian’s heavy rains and gusty winds battered the Grand Strand coastline.

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