A huge section of a cliff fell in the early hours of Saturday morning onto Hive Beach in Dorset in the UK.
The popular beach on the Jurassic Coast attracts hundreds of visitors in the summer.
According to BBC News, the local council described it as a "huge" rock fall and said recent heavy rain had made cliffs unstable.
Fire crews with thermal imaging have also been on the scene to check for trapped casualties, but none were found.
Beachgoers have been urged to stay away over fears of further collapses in "the dangerous and unpredictable" cliffs.