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Emergency crews rush to man fallen from Bermagui cliff

12.30pm: A Narooma Rescue Squad spokesman said the man was carried up a steep incline supported by guide rope to the top of the cliff.

Emergency service crews are rushing to reports of a man injured at the base of a 10-metre cliff at Bermagui on Wednesday, October 16.

A Narooma Rescue Squad VRA spokesman said crews were on their way to potentially undergo a vertical rescue.

A NSW Ambulance spokesperson said a patient was reported to be alert, conscious and breathing with a possible arm and shoulder injury.

Paramedics were called at 11.20am and a second unit was on its way to the scene.

A NSW Police spokesman said the man had fallen down the cliff at Dickinson Point headland.

Police said the man was understood to be 55-years old and was on a steep and slippery track, in the off-leash dog walking area. The fall was accidental.

Bega Valley Rescue Squad VRA are also responding.

More details as they come to hand.

Narooma VRA Rescue Squad rushing to Bermagui. Picture: File image.

Narooma VRA Rescue Squad rushing to Bermagui. Picture: File image.

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