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Three teenagers rescued from cliff face off Dublin coast

The three young people had gotten into difficulty on the side of a cliff and were “unable to move up or down” to safety.

The Coast Guard helicopter performs a cliff rescue in Co Dublin.
The Coast Guard helicopter performs a cliff rescue in Co Dublin.
Image: Bob Frewen

THREE TEENAGERS HAVE been rescued this evening by emergency services after getting stuck on the side of a cliff in White Rock, Killiney, Co Dublin.

The Dún Laoghaire Coast Guard Unit and the Coast Guard Rescue Helicopter based in Dublin Airport were called to the emergency earlier, after three young people had gotten into difficulty on the side of a cliff and were “unable to move up or down” to safety.

All three were brought uninjured, save for a few scratches, to Dublin Airport.

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