Rocks at the bottom of the cliff
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No-one hurt as 150-tonnes of rock fall on to Penarth beach

Emergency services have dealt with a large landslide on to a beach in the Vale of Glamorgan.

South Wales Fire and Rescue Service say about 150 tonnes of the cliff face near Penarth pier has come away, but no-one was hurt.

Five crews attended the scene at 12:40 BST and work has been carried out to make the area made safe and prevent any further collapse.

No properties are believed to have been put at risk.

Graham Smith from South Wales Fire and Rescue said mobile phone footage helped their operation.

  • 13 Apr 2014