Woman airlifted to CUH after fall near Nohoval Cove
A woman in her 20s has been airlifted to Cork University Hospital after falling on a cliff walk near Nohoval Cove.
The alarm was raised before 4pm and the Irish Community Rapid Response air ambulance responded.
The Echo reports the Coastguard also attended with the help of the R117 helicopter as it had the necesscary equipment to airlift the woman from the pathway.
The woman was also treated for her injuries at the scene by members of the Oysterhaven and Summercove coast guard units
It's understood the woman has sustained serious leg injuries.
More from Cork
The Top 4 Things You Need To Know Now
The main stories making the headlines across Cork
New Parking Plan For Carrigaline Will Come Into Effect From Tomorrow
A new three-zone system will be in effect in the town centre
Conservative Party Defends Decision Not To Suspend Tory MP Arrested On Suspicion Of Rape
The suspect, a former minister, has been released on police bail
Tributes Have Been Paid To John Hume And His Work By Various Political Leaders
The former SDLP Leader died this morning
Bantry Gardai Appeal For Witnesses Following Fatal Crash
A man in his 40s and another man in his late teens have died
Ireland On Track To Reach 40% 2020 Renewable Electricity Target
That's the view of the Irish Wind Energy Association