A new bluff collapse warning Saturday for Labor Day beachgoers from California State Parks and Recreation’s San Diego Coast District.
California State Parks say the area between tower one and flat rock at Torrey Pines State beach is still dangerous and unstable after reports of large rocks falling from the cliff.
They are warning beachgoers to always walk at least 25 to 40 away from the bluffs. Visitors should not attempt to walk around or go over the barricades.
As Saturday progresses, an incoming high tide could also limit access.
Earlier this month, three women from the same family were killed when a cliff collapsed at Grandview Beach in Encinitas.
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