Man Injured After Falling From A Cliff In Co Antrim

A man, aged in his 20s, has been airlifted and taken to hospital after falling from a cliff in Co Antrim.

The incident happened in Murlough Bay on the north coast on Monday, 19 March.

Coastguards attended the scene accompanied by a Rescue 199 helicopter.
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The man was taken to the Royal Victoria Hospital with suspected rib and pelvic injuries.


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