News | Iceland Monitor | Wed 25 May 2016 | 15.45 GMT | Modified at 16.22
Rescue teams called out to rescue tourist at Reynisfjara beach in Iceland
Reynisfjara beach is a popular tourist spot but is one of the most dangerous places to visit in Iceland if you don't heed warning signs. Iceland Monitor Brynjar Gauti
The local rescue team in Vík, South Iceland, has been called out to rescue a woman stuck on a cliff at Reynisfjara beach.
Three rescue team members have managed to scale the cliffs and have reached the woman but it will be a considerable operation getting her down, according to a press release from the Landsbjörg association of rescue teams.
Reynisfjara beach is the most dangerous beach in Iceland because of the strong and unpredictable currents.
More news on the subject as we get it.