Injured British climber airlifted to safety

British climber airlifted to safety
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A 28-YEAR-OLD British climber was rescued by firefighters from Calpe’s Morro de Toix after suffering a fall.

The woman was climbing with a friend when she fell from a height of 4-5 metres.

Her friend called emergency services and the climber was taken to hospital by helicopter, where she was found her to have suffered multiple injuries and hurt her left leg.

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