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Man falls from cliff in Wear Bay Road, Folkestone

By Kristina Curtis

Emergency services have rushed to Wear Bay Road in Folkestone after reports that a man fell down a cliff bank.

Crews were called at around 2.45pm after reports that a man fell 15ft down the bank.

Ambulance crews worked together to rescue the man, who was concious when they arrived but injured.

Wear Bay Road, Folkestone. Credit: Danny Rhodes
Wear Bay Road, Folkestone. Credit: Danny Rhodes

The patient has since been taken to the William Harvey Hospital in Ashford.

His injuries are not believed to be life-threatening.

A police spokesman: "Police was made aware of a medical incident in Wear Bay Road, Folkestone at around 3pm.

"Patrols have been deployed to assist at the scene."

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