The 24-year-old man was seriously injured and survived dramatically after falling into a beauty spot created by TV’s Outlander

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A man was seriously injured after falling on a beauty spot made famous by the TV series Outlander.

The 24-year-old was dramatically rescued from the Devil’s Pulpit at Finnich Glen near Lom Lomond, Scotland this afternoon.

The man was seriously injured after falling into a beauty spot that became famous from the Outlander TV series.Credite: Lomond Mountain Rescue Teams
Emergency services arrive at Devon’s pulpit in Finich Glen near Lom Lomond, ScotlandSincerely: Getty

Police, firefighters, paramedics and a hill rescue team arrived at the scene around 1:10 pm.

The victim fell into the river and was taken to the hospital loaded on a stretcher.

It is estimated that around 70,000 people visit the Dale in a year, which is known for its 70-foot gorge and Devils Pulpit Rock.

It can be reached by descending a 200-year-old ladder, which leads to strange red water.

One of the historical features in the series is the St. Ninian Spring known as Outlander, Liars Spring.

It is also used in the Netflix film King Arthur: Legend of the Sword and the TV drama The Nest.

La Zone Figure Dance Le Film 2017 King Arthur: Legend of the Sword
La Zone Figure Dance Le Film 2017 King Arthur: Legend of the SwordCrédit: WARNER BROS ENTERTAINMENT INC

Its popularity led to major problems due to the narrow roads and the possibility of erosion of the site.

A spokesman for Police Scotland said: ‘We received a reported concern about a man in Finnish Glen, Stirling, on Sunday 11 April 2021 at around 1:10 pm.

“Agents are present with a hill rescue team, firefighters and ambulances.

“The public is urged to refrain from continuing the incident. “

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Lomond Mountain Rescue tweeted: “Call Finich Glenn this afternoon after reports of someone falling into the river below.

“After the evaluation, the victim was wrapped and evacuated by stretcher, then handed over to the Scottish ambulance crew.”

Traffic Scotland said there were closed roads on the B834 and A809, urging motorists to avoid the area.

The site is scheduled to undergo a £ 2.7 million overhaul, including a new visitor center, car park, trail system and bridges.

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On estime qu'environ 70000 personnes par an visitent le vallon, connu pour ses gorges de 70 pieds et le rocher de la chaire du diable.

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"Le public est priu00e9 d'u00e9viter la zone pendant que l'incident se poursuit."

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Le site devrait faire l'objet d'une refonte de 2,7 millions de livres sterling, comprenant un nouveau centre d'accueil, un parking, un ru00e9seau de sentiers et des ponts.

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