Emergency services have rescued a man who survived a car crash over a 30m cliff in the Sydney beachside suburb of Clovelly this morning.
Police say they received reports of the car going over the cliff at Ocean Street, Clovelly around 7.30am. Police Rescue found the car on its roof on a rock platform at the bottom of the cliff, just metres from the ocean.
The driver, a man, was out of the car and was assessed by NSW Ambulance Paramedics then winched off the rocks by NSW Ambulance helicopter once stabilised. He initially appears to have escaped serious injury.
Police are investigating the cause of the crash.
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