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Biggest rockfall in 60 years for Dorset's Jurassic Coast

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 A section of beach in Dorset remains cordoned off following a huge cliff fall. It happened just west of Weymouth. The coastal path above has been closed off.

Dorset Council says more cliff is expected to be lost. 

4,000-tons came away from the cliff in Dorset with massive chunks - some the size of cars - plummeting towards the beach hundreds of feet below. It's the biggest rockfall in 60 years seen on the Jurassic Coast.



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