There's been another landslide on the Jurassic Coast - this time at Charmouth. The coastguard has today issued a warning of the continuing dangers of rock falls and landslips along the Dorset coast.
Charmouth, which is about ten miles from the site of last month's fatal landslide at Burton Bradstock, is particularly popular with fossil hunters.
– Maddy Davey, Portland Coastguard watch manager
The cliffs along the West Dorset coast are very unstable following the extensive rain earlier this year and in certain areas it remains extremely unsafe to walk along the beach.
We are especially concerned about the risk after the death which happened in July at Burton Bradstock."
The public are being reminded of the dangers of landslides on a stretch of coastline where a young holidaymaker was killed. Five people escaped unhurt after a major rock fall along the Jurassic Coast near Charmouth, Dorset, yesterday.
The Coastguard said, "It comes just two weeks after Charlotte Blackman, 22, died when she was crushed by 400 tonnes of rock that fell on her at Hive Beach in Burton Bradstock during a cliff fall."
It happened just 10 miles from yesterday's incident.
Police and coastguard teams are tonight searching the beach near Charmouth following a large rockslip. It happened at Gabriel's Mouth east of Charmouth earlier today. Five people who were on the beach at the time are all safe and well.
The rescue helicopter is out inspecting the cliff tops to see if they are in imminent danger of collapse. Portland Coastguard is warning all users of the beach and the coastal path in the area to be aware of the risk. They say the cliffs are a real hazard at the moment.