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Jeep's Spin In the Mud Turns Into Sticky Sad Situation (PHOTOS)

09/23/2014 01:45 EDT | Updated 09/23/2014 01:59 EDT

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We know Jeeps are designed to off-road, but not off-road-right-into-sticky-mud.

Someone took their Jeep for a spin in the mud flats on the south arm of the Fraser River in Richmond, B.C. on Monday morning. The driver managed a few successful doughnuts, according to a Facebook post by Global News.

Then we guess he or she got a little too cocky and ventured too far out.

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By the time photographer Matthew Van Deventer got there in the afternoon, the Jeep was half submerged.

"The horn was barely bleating, like a dying lamb. The windshield wipers were also flailing around like it was using its last spark of life signalling to a crowd of cyclists and joggers for help," Van Deventer told The Huffington Post B.C. in an email.

He sent his drone up to capture images of the sad, drowning Jeep.

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jeep steveston

By Tuesday morning, the Jeep was gone. With just some tracks left behind to mark a very ill-advised drive.

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