Keith William Waddell named as climber who died at Tremadog

Craig Bwlch Y Moch The Craig Bwlch y Moch cliff face is popular with climbers as it is accessible from the road

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A man who died after falling while rock climbing on a cliff face in Gwynedd has been named as Keith William Waddell.

Aberglaslyn Mountain Rescue Team were called to Craig Bwlch Y Moch, Tremadog, at about 19:00 BST on Tuesday after the 50-year-old fell.

A rescue helicopter from RAF Valley on Anglesey and paramedics were also sent to assist but Mr Waddell, from Leeds, was dead on arrival.

The coroner is investigating and there will be an inquest in due course.

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