SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) — Firefighters were able to successfully rescue a dog from a cliff at San Francisco’s Fort Funston on New Years Eve, fire officials said.
Around 2:11 p.m., fire officials learned of a dog on a cliff, just north of the hang glider platform.
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UPDATE TO FORT FUNSTON …SUCCESSFUL DOG RESCUE FROM CLIFF DOWN TO BEACH, 14:36 Hrs https://t.co/SfS70l5sdd
— SAN FRANCISCO FIRE DEPARTMENT MEDIA (@SFFDPIO) December 31, 2019
After about 25 minutes, firefighters were able to rescue the dog and bring it to safety.READ MORE: DA Charges San Jose Police Officer For Punching Woman During Road Rage Incident
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