Emergency services respond after man falls from cliff near Garrestown
It's understood the alarm was raised shortly before 5pm this evening after a man fell from a cliff near a walkway in Garretstown.
The coast guard and the Courtmacsherry lifeboat and Rescue 115 helicopter from Shannon Airport were among the emergency services who responded to the scene.
It's understood the man has sustained no serious injuries.
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