A man is still recovering after falling some 30 feet at the Cleveland MetroParks Hinckley Reservation.
Hinckley Township fire chief Tim Potts says that emergency crews were already responding to another, minor call in the area on Sunday night at about 7 p.m., when they were called to where the man fell.
"When they responded, they found a 32 year old male," Chief Potts says, "who had suffered a significant head injury from a fall of about 30 feet."
The man was lifeflighted to MetroHealth Medical Center in Cleveland. His name and condition have not yet been released.
Chief Potts says the man's girlfriend says he was walking with her in the Whipps Ledges section of the park - when he lost his balance and fell.
The Hinckley Township fire department is still investigating the fall.
Chief Potts says the natural beauty of an area like the park can be dangerous.
"These are areas that are natural attractions that pose significant hazards," Chief Potts says, "and individuals in the area should be aware of the fact that there are those potential hazards to them."