Man allegedly thrown off 25m-high KZN bridge

2017-04-13 10:27

Durban – Paramedics have rescued a man who survived falling off a 25-metre-high bridge in the Paradise Valley Nature Reserve in KwaZulu-Natal on Thursday morning.

The 33-year-old man was allegedly thrown off the Paradise Valley Bridge, Rescue Care spokesperson Garrith Jamieson said.

Police search and rescue officers and paramedics had to make their way through difficult terrain to get to him.

No further information about what happened to him was immediately available.

WATCH: Man falls 25m off bridge, lives

Paramedics are treating a man who fell 25m off the Paradise Valley Bridge in Durban. (Supplied: Rescue Care)

(Supplied: Rescue Care)

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