Emergency crews rescued two dogs that fell off a cliff with a man and woman early this morning in Daly City, a spokesman for the Peninsula Humane Society & Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals said.
A teen brother and sister were rescued when they called for help while clinging to a cliff after tumbling from a scenic lookout in San Francisco’s Lands End park Thursday afternoon, according to a San Francisco fire dispatcher.
A man was hospitalized after falling some 200 feet from a cliff in a state park near Santa Cruz Saturday morning, according to a Cal Fire captain.
Fire crews repelled roughly 200 feet down a Pacifica cliff in the dark to rescue a stranded hiker Saturday evening.
The boy fell about 30 to 40 feet down from the rock and roughly 70 feet through brush and was rescued with the efforts of firefighters, Cal Fire and park rangers.
One person has died and another has been rescued after becoming stranded on the rocks near Lands End in San Francisco Thursday afternoon, a fire spokeswoman said.
Firefighters responded to a cliff rescue near Fort Funston in San Francisco Sunday night, a fire dispatcher said.
Two male teens were rescued Friday evening from a 75-foot cliff in the Golden Gate Recreation Area in Marin County by CHP helicopter.
The dog’s owner called 911 at about 1:45 p.m. to report that her dog, a black Labrador retriever, had fallen over a cliff in the Portuguese Beach area.
Two boys were rescued from a beachside cliff at Palisades Park in Daly City on Friday.