A South West four-wheel driver became the latest victim to the State’s beaches, after a midnight drive ended in an almost midnight swim. Owner of Marlee Moon Upcycled and Vintage, Kerenda Keogh, took to social media today to share a lesson for all the “twenty-something-year-old’s from out of town” - you can’t drive along the beach from Forrest Beach to Busselton Jetty, after she helped save tourists bogged along the beach. “A series of midnight calls ended in a call to me from my older brother to borrow my cruiser for a tow,” she said. “(It) ended in my car nearly going for a swim, then a 2am call to my little brother and his cruiser to come help skull drag the wounded ranger in reverse all the way up the beach then towed back into Busselton.” Thanks to Bayside Concrete Construction, all three cars were saved from near death by ocean tides and live to see another day. Ending the post saying the out of towners definitely owed them a carton, the incident wont be the only carton changing hands for help given it’s no the first car to face off with the State’s tides. Five vehicles were written off by Broome’s iconic Cable Beach tides in the space of four days. On Saturday, a Landcruiser with two jetskis hitched to the back was lost to the tides followed by two vans being written off on Sunday night when they became stuck in the rising tide of Cable Beach. By Monday social media lit up again as yet another vehicle was spotted parked below the high tide line at Gantheaume Point.