A woman in her 40s has been airlifted to hospital after falling from the cliffs at Salcombe early this morning, Thursday 17 July.
Brixham Coastguard says that she fell up to 20 feet and could have fallen even further but she got stuck in the undergrowth.
It is believed that she has broken some bones and there are possible spinal injuries.
The search for the body of a diver, which was spotted on the seabed off Brixham, continued today but was abandoned this afternoon.
The coastguard helicopter, RNLI crews and police divers were all called out to look for the body, which was sighted near Breakwater Beach on Thursday.
The search is due to resume this morning for the body of a diver on the seabed off Devon.
The alarm was raised yesterday at lunchtime after experienced divers reported the sighting near Breakwater Beach in Brixham. A large air and sea search was called off at dusk but police say it will begin again, depending on the tides. Nobody has so far been reported missing.
A large-scale air and sea search has been taking place in Devon today after reports that the body of a diver was seen on the sea bed off a beach in Brixham.
The search was abandoned at dusk but police say it will resume in the morning. Jacquie Bird has this report.
A large search is underway this evening following reports that the body of a diver was seen lying on the sea bed off a beach in Brixham.
The police and coastguard rescue helicopter was deployed along with police divers. Breakwater car park has been closed.
A man is in hospital with life-threatening injuries after falling down cliffs in Cornwall. It was among dozens of incidents during one of the busiest weekends ever for emergency services around our coasts.
Coastguards say many of the incidents could have been avoided with sensible precautions and some common sense, as John Andrews reports.
A man has been rescued after falling overboard from a yacht off the coast of Ushant in France. Brixham Coastguard received a 999 call just after 3pm this afternoon (Thursday 23 May) reporting that one of the two people on board the yacht had been washed overboard by a large wave.
The French search and rescue authorities coordinated the rescue, with Brixham Coastguard assisting by keeping in regular contact with the man still on board the yacht, and the French authorities.
A tug boat carrying 200 tonnes of diesel which was stricken off the coast of Torbay is now sitting off Portland. Salvage experts are assessing whether it's safe to bring the vessel into Portland harbour.
Six people were rescued and Brixham Coastguard says an environmental disaster has been averted. Work has been going on for the last two days to stop the tug from sinking, after it was hit by a ship it was towing.
Six men have been rescued from a tug boat which collided with an old ship it was towing off the South Devon coast last night. The ship has now sunk while all the crew are safe and well.
Divers have spent the day trying to work out how to repair the gash in the hull of the damaged tug. Experts say the risk of pollution from both vessels is very low.
Our Environment Correspondent Duncan Sleightholme reports: