SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) – Fire crews on Friday morning rescued an injured person from a steep cliff near the Legion of Honor, fire officials said.
The person was reported stranded about 7:40 a.m. near Dead Man’s Point along El Camino del Mar, according to San Francisco Fire Lt. Jonathan Baxter.READ MORE: COVID: Santa Clara Supervisors Approve $5/Hour Grocery Worker Hazard Pay
About 9 a.m., the person was hiked out on a stretcher by firefighters and taken to a hospital with traumatic injuries, Baxter said.
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About 40 personnel, including firefighters, paramedics and National Park Service rangers, helped with the rescue, Baxter said.
Friday’s rescue comes hours after Fire Department crews rescued a group of teenagers from the surf at Ocean Beach on Thursday afternoon. Five people were hospitalized, with at least one in critical condition.MORE NEWS: Arrest Made In San Francisco Cliff House Burglary; Memorabilia Recovered
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