May 23, 2022

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Woman, 65, flown to clinic after slipping 60ft from cliff at Old Harry Rocks | British isles News

The woman was airlifted to the cliff top. Pic: Swanage Fire Station

A 65-year-old girl has been significantly wounded right after slipping off a cliff edge and slipping 60ft.

The girl had been out for a wander at Previous Harry Rocks in the vicinity of Swanage, Dorset, soon right before 4pm on Friday.

She had to be airlifted from the base of the cliff to be treated by medics on the cliff top rated prior to being flown to Southampton Medical center.

An air ambulance was needed to rescue the woman. Pic: Swanage Fire Station
The woman was treated for serious injuries. Pic: Swanage Fire Station
The girl was addressed for severe injuries. Pic: Swanage Fireplace Station

“It is comprehended the woman was near to the edge when she slipped while out strolling,” a spokesperson for Swanage Coastguard stated.

“Customers of the community termed 999 reporting the incident soon after witnessing the slide.”

Coastguard groups, the RNLI, ambulance assistance, law enforcement, hearth services, a rescue helicopter and an air ambulance had been all identified as to the scene.

The spot was briefly closed off to allow two helicopters to land.

The incident happened as the Coastguard recorded its busiest day for extra than 4 many years, reporting a full of 329 incidents.

Most of these were being people today staying cut off by the tide, swimmers getting into problem and missing small children.

Brighton beach

Aerial pictures of packed Brighton beach

Temperatures strike 37.8C (100F) in the South East on Friday, producing it the third hottest day in the United kingdom considering the fact that records commenced in 1910.

Several folks had flocked to the seashores to get pleasure from the sizzling weather, as less people are travelling abroad for their summertime vacations for the duration of the coronavirus pandemic.

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