CLIFF FALL AT CULVER – COASTGUARD CALLED TO THE SCENE

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A section of Culver Cliff fell and produced a cloud of dust, prompting a call out for HM Coastguard yesterday afternoon (Monday).

Members of the public reported the fall at around 16:20.

A cloud of dust could be seen from Yaverland car park following the collapse at the start of Culver Cliff, close to Red Cliff.

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Bembridge Coastguard Rescue Team were tasked to the scene in the interests of public safety. They conducted a search of the area to ensure there were no casualties and informed any members of the public in the local area of the danger.

Islanders are being urged to stay well away from potential landslides or rockfalls.

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Clare
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Anything to do with BREXIT???

Davimel
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Give it a few days and the BBC will surely run with it…. ‘Brexit agony,,, Now even the Islands are trying to leave!!’

Clare
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The anti democratic snowflakes have told us we are all going to fall off a cliff and it’s going to be world war three, we’re not good enough has a country to stand alown.

We did it for hundreds of years, battle after battle and we are still here, two world wars, we are still here, we are surrounded by cliffs and we are still here..

Falling cliffs will never defeat us because we are British, so hold your head up high and believe, just like those that fell for us.

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