Both the Yorkshire Air Ambulance and the Coastguard Rescue Helicopter have been used in Scarborough after a man fell down a cliff.
Helicopters in Scarborough Cliff Rescue
According to the coastguard, a 70-year-old local man had dropped some items on the other side of the barrier at the top of the cliff, but fell as he tried to retrieve them.
The coastguard added that when he left their care he was “stable and conscious” and that he is “quite fortunate.”
Fire crews used specialist rope rescue equipment and Yorkshire Ambulance Service sent two ambulances, a hazardous area response team and the air ambulance.
Coastguard rescue helicopter in position waiting to airlift casualty from cliff in Scarborough. @BBCLookNorth @itvcalendar @YorksCoastRadio pic.twitter.com/jBtVzYtEXy
Cliff rescue currently happening in Scarborough. Multiple emergency services present including air ambulance and coast guard helicopter. pic.twitter.com/pS8qVA9fmS
Major cliff rescue operation currently taking place in Scarborough. Multiple emergency services present. @BBCLookNorth @YorksCoastRadio @itvcalendar pic.twitter.com/ED506atR6H