A Dorset man who witnessed today's landslide near Burton Bradstock says the 'cliff could come down at any time'. Leonard Muggeridge knows just how notorious the Jurassic coastline is for landslips.
The search for a young woman believed to be trapped in a landslip on the Dorset coast is 'high risk' for the rescue workers involved.
Emergency teams are continuing to search the area, but Dorset Fire and Rescue Service has said they are considering a 'real risk' to those personnel involved in the search.
Dorset Fire and Rescue Service has tonight confirmed they believe a young woman is trapped under rocks after a landslide near a holiday park in Burton Bradstock. They say they cliff fall was 'traumatic' for those who saw the landslip.
Rescue workers will work through the night if needs be in their search for a young woman believed to be trapped in rubble following a landslip. That's according to Dorset Fire and Rescue Service (DFRS) who say specialist equipment is being used to find the victim.
Emergency workers searching for a young woman reported missing following a landslide at a beach in Dorset have discovered a body.Read the full story ›
In an exclusive interview with ITV West and Westcountry Leonard Muggeridge tells how he witnessed the landslide from his boat. He fears two people maybe trapped after what he described as two landslides.
A landslide at a beach near Burton Bradstock in Dorset comes two weeks after Somerset friends Rosemary Snell, 67, and Michael Rolfe, 72, died in a landslide at the Beaminster Tunnel, less than ten miles away. Their bodies were recovered from their crushed car.
The scene of a huge rescue operation underway following a landslide in Dorset. At least one person is believed to be trapped in the fall near the Freshwater Beach Holiday Park at Burton Bradstock.