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Crowds cheer on lads jumping 200ft off Durdle Door unaware of critical injury and broken spine.

The cheering crowds egging on men who were jumping 200ft into the sea from Durdle Door were totally unaware one was knocked unconscious while another suffered spinal injuries.

One man, aged 20, had belly-flopped into the water at the Dorset beauty spot and vanished before being saved by two paddle boarders who took him to the beach, where he was given CPR.

He was rescued by hero paddle boarders Michael Wiley and Dylan Kirkwood, from Southampton.

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