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18-year-old airlifted to hospital after falling down embankment

The man's condition is unknown at this time. (Source: Bell County Constable Pct. 2/Facebook) The man's condition is unknown at this time. (Source: Bell County Constable Pct. 2/Facebook)
(Source: Bell County Constable Pct. 2/Facebook) (Source: Bell County Constable Pct. 2/Facebook)
(Source: Bell County Constable Pct. 2/Facebook) (Source: Bell County Constable Pct. 2/Facebook)
BELL COUNTY, TX (KXXV) -

An 18-year-old man was airlifted to the hospital after slipping and falling off an embankment. 

The incident happened at Chalk Ridge Falls just before 11:30 a.m. Thursday. 

Officials said that the man slipped and fell, rolling down an embankment. He fell about 20-30 feet and hit his head on a rock. 

The Bell County Sheriff's Office found the man, who was conscious and talking.  

His condition is unknown at this time. 

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