Emergency services on Jersey have asked islanders not to park their cars on beach slipways.
Jersey Fire and Rescue said its services were being delayed trying to reach a casualty on the beach.
The service wants locals to park according to signs on the slipway, and to leave enough space for emergency vehicles to manoeuvre on them.
Station commander Craig Channing said: “If we need to rescue people found unconscious in the sea, every second counts. If the emergency services cannot get to...+18% more
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