HALF MOON BAY (CBS SF) — A family of three was rescued after they were stuck on rocks by high tide in Half Moon Bay Saturday evening, a Cal Fire official said.

Emergency crews responded to the incident on Miramontes Point Road about a mile and a half south of the Ritz-Carlton hotel around 6:45 p.m., Cal Fire Battalion Chief Shem Hawkins said.

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Once crews located a man, woman and 8-year-old child stuck on the rocks, a rescue boat from the San Mateo County harbormaster was sent to the scene, Hawkins said.

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The family was transferred by crews to the boat where emergency responders found them uninjured, he said.

San Mateo County Sheriff’s deputies and a California Highway Patrol helicopter also assisted in the rescue.

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