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Thousands Overlook The Most Recent Tragic Cliff Incidents

Several people are sticking their lives at risk by disregarding police warnings after three people sustained serious injuries on the British coast.

Several people are sticking their lives at risk by disregarding police warnings after three people sustained serious injuries on the British coast.

Despite three people being seriously injured jumping off cliffs into the sea on Saturday, thousands of people were crowded at beaches and parks the following day.

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The Coastguard Rescue Team (CRT) said: “Upsetting scenes like we and many others witnessed yesterday illustrate how very dangerous tombstoning is. We couldn’t discourage it enough.”

On Sunday, tombstoners were jumping from a 200ft high sea arch again, overlooking the risk, whilst many enjoyed the sunny weather at beauty spots. A chief medical officer, Doctor Jenny Harries, urged the people to be more cautious with their new freedom at this “critical time” as the government is easing out restriction

At a beauty spot in Dorset the Royal Lifeboat Institution (RNLI), the police, the ambulance service and the coastline guard had been called after three people had been hurt seriously.

At a Downing Street briefing, Doctor Harries said: “Where we are seeing that government is easing measures the public really, really need to stick to those messages and it is not just about what it is possible to do, it’s about what it is sensible to do and what is sensible to do is have as few interactions as possible as you can with other people in all settings.”

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