Images that should not fall off the cliff
British tourists are fortunate to still be alive after falling off a cliff. The man apparently tried to pose for a picture when he lost his footing.
Tourists survived the fall due to the tide at the time, The Sun reported.After falling 120 feet, the man was reported to have fallen 4 feet into the water.
The incident took place Sunday at Old Harry Rocks, a rock formation over the ocean in Dorset.
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Ian Brown, a member of the Swanage lifeboat team who saved the man, spoke to The Sun about the situation.
He said, “I don’t know how he was alive today, it fell fully from anywhere between 90 feet and 120 feet there, the tide was at the time, and he fell into the oil, it wouldn’t. That depth should be no more than 4 feet
He continued, “He was incredibly fortunate to have minor injuries. Obviously, he was conscious and speaking and fine. His injuries were reported to have been wounds and bruises.”
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A man on a fishing boat in the area, Jack Reagan, told the news agency: “One of them shouted that someone had fallen off a cliff. I looked to the left and a man swam in the water towards it.” Kayak he grabbed to the front of the kayak and rescued ashore. ”
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After explaining how the worker saved the man by keeping him warm after pulling him out of the water, Reagan said. “I can’t believe he is alive, he should go and buy a lottery because he’s lucky.”
The man was taken to a nearby hospital and was examined for internal injuries. However, it was reported that he was alert and calm when being picked up by rescuers.