Symonds Yat climber rescued after cliff fall

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A male climber from South Wales has been rescued after falling down a cliff in Gloucestershire.

The man, in his 30s, fell about 32ft (10m) at Symonds Yat cliff in the Wye Valley just after 1400 BST on Monday.

Coleford and Lydney's specialist cliff rescue teams were involved in the rescue, alongside 19 firefighters.

The man who seriously injured his ankle in the fall was taken to hospital by ambulance.

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