HALF MOON BAY (CBS SF) — Firefighters rescued a dog which tumbled down a cliff while hiking with his humans above Mavericks Beach near Half Moon Bay Sunday night.
Cal Fire CZU said firefighters with Coastside Fire Protection District rescued “Robert,” an 8-month-old border collie, using ropes to reach him and bring him up to safety.READ MORE: Lake County Luxury Hotel, Housing Project Raises Concerns Over Wildfire Risk
CLIFF RESCUE: Tonight Coastside firefighters rescued “Robert,” an 8-month-old border collie, after he took tumble down the cliff while hiking with his humans above Mavericks Beach. Firefighters used ropes to reach him and bring him up to safety. Then Robert posed for pictures. pic.twitter.com/W6XuozEloD
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It appears Robert avoided any major injury, and the good boy posed for pictures with firefighters following the rescue, Cal Fire said.MORE NEWS: Indoor Restaurant Dining Resumes, Movie Theaters Reopen in SF and Santa Clara Counties