Teen boy fatally falls from cliff at popular Sydney beach
A teenage boy has tragically lost his life after plummeting 15 metres off a cliff at a popular beach in Sydney’s eastern suburbs.
Emergency services were called to Coogee Beach just after 4pm on Tuesday following reports that a teenager had fallen from the top of Dunningham Reserve.
Police officers from the Eastern Beaches Police Area Command and New South Wales paramedics rushed to the scene.
The teen was desperately treated at the base of the cliff, however the 17-year-old could not be revived and died at the scene.
Police are investigating the incident and a report will now be prepared for the Coroner.
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While dozens of uniformed police officers, including the rescue squad, covered the headland at Dunningham Reserve and Giles Baths below, Coogee Beach remained busy on Tuesday afternoon with many beachgoers seemingly unaware of the tragedy that had unfolded in front of them.
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