Beer Coastguard help injured woman in Branscombe

PUBLISHED: 16:55 03 July 2017

Beer Coastguard were called out to assist a woman who had fallen and suffered facial injuries.

Beer Coastguard were called out to assist a woman who had fallen and suffered facial injuries.

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Beer Coastguards and paramedics were called to East Cliff on the coastal path after a reports a woman had fallen on Sunday.

A women suffered facial injuries after a fall during a walk in Branscombe at the weekend.

Beer Coastguard was called out on Sunday afternoon following reports a woman had fallen face first on the coastal path at the top of East Cliff.

A crew of seven coastguards were first on scene shortly after 2.30pm, an ambulance was also called.

The woman was assessed for injuries which included a cut above one eye, grazes, swelling. She was reported to be suffering from chest pains and was feeling light headed.

Paramedics arrived and checked the woman and deemed no further treatement was required.


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