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Couple and child rescued after camping on cliff edge in COVID breach

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Couple and child rescued after camping on cliff edge in COVID breachA couple and a child had to be rescued after they set up camp on the edge of a cliff in breach of coronavirus restrictions, the coastguard said.
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