A swimmer has been winched to security after obtaining into issue on the drinking water after striving to climb the cliff at Porth Beach.
On 20 August, HM Coastguard coordinated the search and rescue reaction right after receiving a phone from Devon and Cornwall Law enforcement inquiring for help at the incident.
The guy was noted to have been swimming and then tried to climb the cliff and received trapped.
Padstow and Newquay Coastguard Rescue Groups were being sent along with the HM Coastguard helicopter from Newquay and the RNLI Lifeguards from Porth.
He was winched to the cliff best by the helicopter wherever he was assisted by the coastguard rescue teams. He was uninjured.
Rob Farr, senior coastal operations officer for HM Coastguard claims: “This is a reminder that the sea and its environs can be extremely unforgiving if you make a blunder.”
“Thankfully anyone who observed what had happened did specifically the right issue and known as 999 and asked for the Coastguard. We will often reply when issues go mistaken but please do recall that the coast, the sea and the beach can punish you seriously if you misjudge your actions.”