Ireland Boy, 12, rescued after falling 15 feet off Irish cliff

12:15  22 may  2017
12:15  22 may  2017 Source:   MSN

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A 12 -year-old boy has been rescued after he fell 15 feet down a steep slope onto rocks on the north coast. Coleraine Coastguard Rescue Team said the incident "demonstrates again the need for caution near cliff edges and slopes."

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Irish Coast Guard helicopter © Chris Helgren/Reuters Irish Coast Guard helicopter A 12-year-old boy has been rescued after he fell 15 feet down a steep slope onto rocks on the north coast.

The alarm was raised at approximately 6.10pm on Sunday evening at Castlerock, Co Derry, Belfast Live report.

Coleraine Coastguard Rescue Team alongside colleagues from Ballycastle were called to the scene to rescue the young boy.

Northern Ireland Ambulance Service personnel including a Rapid Response Vehicle, were also quickly on scene.

The injured boy was stabilised by the ambulance crew before being stretched to safety by the Coastguard team.

It is understood he suffered head and leg injuries in the fall.

Coleraine Coastguard Rescue Team said the incident "demonstrates again the need for caution near cliff edges and slopes."

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