Spectators who watched the "super blood moon" on a beach in Florida apparently did not realize that their car was swept away by the tide.
The Moongazes were at Ponte Vedra Beach late Sunday to see the rare celestial event, WJXT reported Monday referring to St. Johns County Sheriff's Office.
Honda CRV was finally pulled out of the sea early Monday, the sheriff's office told the news station.
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Skywatchers on Sunday turned out to capture 2019's only overall moon eclipse. It was referred to as "super" because the Moon will be closest to Earth in its orbit under the full moon and "blood" because the total moon eclipse will make the moon a reddish hue, "according to NASA.
The Eclipse was also visible on Across the Atlantic, in Western and Northern Europe, the next global lunar eclipse will not occur until May 26, 2021