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.
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