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Another busy weekend for emergency services, despite lockdown restrictions

Photo; Dorset Council

Despite it being closed and everyone ordered to leave on Saturday, tourists returned to Dorset's Durdle Door yesterday.

On Saturday (pictured) four people were injured - with two taken to hospital - after reports of some people jumping 200ft from the high rocks there.

Despite car parks being shut, pictures show people returning there yesterday - and some still jumping off rocks.

In Devon, there was anger after motorhomes - believed to be from Manchester - parked up at Corbyn Head in Torbay.

Gloucestershire's PCC Tweeted 'words fail me' at the weekend after a reports a woman  - towing a horse box - failed a breathlyser test.

Across the country coastguards say it was a busy weekend, with twice the number of callouts compared to least weekend.

In Somerset, coastguard crews were called to a number of incidents at Brean and Burnham.

In the South Hams there was also concern about the amount of litter being left in open space by visitors, as well as parking problems.

In Totnes a police officer was assaulted while trying to detain a suspect.

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