SAN FRANCISCO (BCN) – San Francisco firefighters rescued a man Monday morning after he fell into the Bay near the Ferry Building, fire officials said.

Around 7 a.m., firefighters first responded to an area along the city’s eastern waterfront, between the Ferry Building and Pier 1, after learning the man fell into the water.

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San Francisco police and California Highway Patrol officers arrived and were able to pull the man to nearby rocks using a lanyard. Fire crews then reached the man via boat and successfully brought him to land, according to fire officials.

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Medics at the scene were evaluating the victim and his condition wasn’t immediately clear.

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