An Indiana couple enjoying their honeymoon in the Caribbean was out on a hike when the husband fell into a nearby volcano.

Clay Chastain and his new wife, Acaimie, were visiting St. Kitts Island in the Caribbean to enjoy a honeymoon of sun and exploration. During one of their hikes on July 18th, the couple decided to climb up the tallest peak on the island, Mount Liamuiga, which is also an inactive volcano.

Along and around the mountain are rope trails to help people hiking, with some leading down into the crater. Chastain tried using these ropes to enter the crater safely, but one snapped and caused him to fall and injure himself in the crater below.

Chastain was helped out of the crater by his wife, who climbed down after him to ensure he’s wasn’t badly injured. While Chastain didn’t appear badly hurt initially, his wife had to support him on the way down while he vomited up blood while working their way back down the mountain. After descending nearly two miles down the mountain, the couple was finally able to get a cell signal and call for medical help. Chastain was then rushed to a nearby hospital and treated for a skull fracture that he suffered from the fall. It was also revealed that he had loss of hearing in his right ear, severe concussion and cracked vertebrae.

“I trusted the ropes with my weight too much and one of them snapped,” Chastain wrote on his Facebook the day after the fall.

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“It was a miracle that he was able to support himself for as long as he did with the injuries he had,” Acaimie Chastain told the Indianapolis Star. It was also revealed that Chastain would be unable to fly home on a commercial flight and would instead require a low-flying emergency plane to avoid air pressure.

A GoFundMe page was set up with the couple asking for $35,000 to help pay for the flight, which has already been met.

Fuego Volcano
The Fuego Volcano continues to release ash and smoke more than a week after a violent eruption, as seen from the village of San Miguel Los Lotes, in Escuintla Department, Guatemala City, on June 11, 2018. Getty Images/Johan Ordonez