boy is combating for all times after he plunged down a 100ft cliff face in Ovingdean, close to Brighton.
Emergency companies rushed to the sheer drop at round 5pm after stories of a kid falling from top.
The boy, aged 10, was discovered to have suffered critical accidents and was airlifted to St George’s Hospital, in south London, the place he stays.
He’s not native to the realm and is believed to have been visiting Brighton and Hove together with his household.
There’s a safety fence that runs throughout the highest of the cliff face.
Enquiries to grasp how the boy fell from the cliff are ongoing and his household are receiving help from officers.
In an announcement Sussex Police stated: “Police responded to a report of a boy falling from top in Ovingdean, at about 5pm on Saturday September 24.
“The boy was discovered to have suffered critical accidents and was airlifted to hospital, the place he stays critically ailing. He’s not native to the realm and was visiting Brighton & Hove.
“Ovingdean roundabout was closed while the boy was purchased to security. The roundabout re-opened simply earlier than 10pm.
“We thank the general public for his or her endurance through the closure. The boy and his household are receiving help from officers and enquiries are persevering with.”