Drone footage has shown the extent of damage after two large sections of cliff on Dorset’s Jurassic Coast collapsed.
Dorset Council said a “substantial” rockfall happened near Thorncombe Beacon, with more movement expected as fresh cracks had appeared near the cliff top fence line.
A further 300m (980ft) of cliffs east of Seatown also fell away leading to the coast path being cordoned off.
The council warned that with ground drying out, more landslips and rockfalls could happen very quickly.
Posting on Facebook, a council spokesperson said: “Landslips can happen at any time, and without warning. Keep away from the area and stay away from the cliff edge. A selfie is not worth a life.”
Footage by Andy Alcroft