SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) — Two people were pulled from a Fort Funston cliff with one person suffering injuries Wednesday evening during a rescue by San Francisco firefighters.
The incident began shortly before 5:30 p.m. when San Francisco Fire units responded to reports of two people seen on the cliff face waving for help.READ MORE: San Leandro Community Rallies for Reform on Anniversary of Steven Taylor's Police Shooting Death
As of around 7 p.m., the two people had been pulled up from the cliff. San Francisco firefighters said Wednesday night that the people who were rescued were teenagers and that paramedics were evaluating them with minor injuries.
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The people were also very cold and had been put into an ambulance to warm up, firefighters said. It was not known if they were going to be taken to an area hospital, but KPIX was told both people would be OK.MORE NEWS: Saratoga Resident Displaced in 2-Alarm House Fire Sunday Morning
This was the third cliff rescue at Fort Funston in the past two weeks.