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Sydney news: Two teenagers fall off cliff in Glebe, M5 traffic queued for 10 kilometres

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Cliff fall in Glebe

A police rescue crew had to abseil down the cliff to rescue one of the teenagers.(ABC News)

A 17-year-old boy has suffered serious injuries after falling off a cliff in Sydney’s inner west when police officers told him to stop riding an allegedly stolen motorbike.

Just before 2:00am today police saw two teenagers riding motorbikes along Toxteth Road in Glebe.

Police said when officers told the two riders to stop they dropped the motorcycles and jumped a fence barricading a cliff.

The 17-year-old boy has been taken to Royal Prince Alfred Hospital, where he is undergoing surgery, and the other boy, also aged 17, suffered minor injuries after landing on a ledge.

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