Car Occupants Survive Daly City Cliff Plunge; 1 Hurt
DALY CITY (CBS SF) — All lanes reopened on Skyline Boulevard in Daly City Tuesday morning after rescue crews worked to save the occupant of a vehicle that drove 300-feet over a cliff, according to the California Highway Patrol.
The collision on state Highway 35, or Skyline Boulevard, was reported near Olympic Way, just south of San Francisco at 4:22 a.m., according to the CHP.
The North County Fire Authority said fire crews set up a cliff rescue operation using a winch to gain access to the victim.
The victim was carried to the top of the bluff and transported to a local hospital for with moderate to major injuries.
A second occupant of the vehicle was able to get without assistance and suffered only minor injuries.
The roadway was open in both directions Tuesday morning, according to the CHP.
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