SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) — A woman and a dog were rescued Sunday evening from a cliff at San Francisco’s Fort Funston, fire officials said on social media.

Before the rescue, a ball went over the cliff and the dog, a Pitbull named “Blueberry” had followed it.

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The rescue was underway at 6:08 p.m. and about an hour later both the woman and the dog had been safely rescued.

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Neither was injured, according to fire officials.

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