A TEENAGER broke his arm after jumping from an arch at a beauty spot in Dorset.

The incident happened yesterday afternoon at Stair Hole just west of Lulworth Cove.

According to coastguards – a 14-year-old boy jumped from an arch and came into contact with a rock before falling into the sea.

Coastguards were called to assist South Western Ambulance Service.

A spokesman from Lulworth Coastguard Rescue Team said: “A coastguard rescue officer was on scene with the first response from an early stage and helped provide initial first aid.

“After an assessment, the boy was very carefully walked back to the top of the hill.

“His family then took him for further assessment at A&E.

“While the team were finishing the first job another coastguard rescue officer was approached and directed towards a second casualty.

“This time a teenager had fallen around the heritage centre and had an ankle injury.

“Lulworth first responders helped the coastguard rescue team with first aid.

“The casualty was helped aboard a bus, taking him to a minor injuries unit.

“With all casualties now on their way for further treatment, the team stood down.”