Tenby coastguards were paged shortly before midday on Sunday (August 22) to assist HM Coastguard St Govans with a casualty who had fallen at St Govan's Head.

Once the rescue teams were on scene, they quickly managed to locate the casualty, but due to their location, a technical rope rescue was implemented and also a helicopter requested to assist with the recovery.

Coastguard rescue helicopter 924 from Newquay, Cornwall was dispatched to the incident and whilst awaiting their arrival, a coastguard technician was lowered to the casualty to administer first aid.

Upon arrival, the helicopter paramedic was winched down to the casualty and along with the coastguard officer, they packaged the casualty for winching onboard the helicopter, before being transported to Swansea hospital for further treatment.