- Ambulance helicopter rescued man, 37, who fell down a cliff at Washaway Beach
- Paramedics and water police attended the scene where he plunged ten metres
- He was transported to the hospital with a fractured skull, paramedics confirmed
A man who fell more than ten metres down a rocky cliff face near Perth has been rescued by paramedics.
An ambulance helicopter was called to Washaway Beach near Barrabooka Street on Friday afternoon to assist the 37-year-old, who fractured his skull during the fall.
He was winched to safety by a rescue crew just before 5pm and was then rushed b chopper to the Royal North Shore Hospital in a serious condition.
Paramedics and police gather at Washaway Beach to save a man who fell 10 metres down a cliff
The man was winched to safety by a rescue crew and choppered to Royal North Shore Hospital
Paramedics and water police also rushed to the precarious scene on the Northern Beaches as the man was rescued from his precarious position.
The man is currently undergoing treatment for serious head injuries, a spokesperson for NSW ambulance confirmed to Daily Mail Australia.
The circumstances surrounding the fall are unknown, and police are talking to witnesses in the area.
Investigators scour the cliff at Washaway Beach where the man, 37, fell and fractured his skull
Paramedics, police and rescue operatives rush to save the man who fell more than ten metres