PACIFICA (CBS SF/BCN) — North County Fire Authority crews rescued a man from 50 feet down a cliffside in Pacifica on Wednesday morning.
Crews responded at 8:13 a.m. for the rescue in the area of Mori Point Road and rappelled down the side of the cliff to reach the man, who was then lifted up to safety with only minor injuries, fire officials said.READ MORE: Windsor Council Demands Resignation Of Mayor Dominic Foppoli Amid Sexual Assault Investigation
The North County Fire Authority Twitter account posted an image from the scene at 8:45 a.m.
Crews from North County Fire are actively engaged in a cliff rescue at Mori Point in Pacifica. Please avoid the area for the next hour. pic.twitter.com/VvsH3dKK84
— North County Fire Authority (@NoCoFire) March 17, 2021READ MORE: 'Enjoy It While You Can' - Bay Area Bubble Tea Shops Prepare For Looming National Shortage Of Boba
He was taken to a hospital for medical evaluation. No fire crew members reported any injuries after the rescue.
The scene was cleared in about an hour, according to the NCFA.MORE NEWS: Sharks Swept By Ducks To End 1-4 Homestand
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