Aaagh, fuck. We have to go around —there’s a wreck up ahead.
Two people are driving down a road when they notice a car wreck up ahead.
So does "go around" refer to "driving around the wreck" or is it an altered version of "turning around", or maybe taking a different route? (Though I'm not quite sure if they can turn off that road onto some other road.) I feel it means the former. (Driving around it)