A helicopter helped rescue a 12-year-old boy who turned stranded on a cliff overlooking the Pacific Ocean in San Francisco, California firefighters reported.
The rescue befell round 4:50 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 10, officers instructed KTVU.
A 12-year-old boy climbed down the bluff at Fort Funston, a former army set up, and couldn’t climb again up, KNTV reported.
A California Freeway Patrol helicopter carried a firefighter to the boy after which hoisted him aboard, the San Francisco Hearth Division stated on X, previously Twitter.
A video with the publish exhibits a firefighter holding onto the boy because the helicopter lifts them from the bluff.
The boy was unhurt, KGO reported.
Fort Funston on the southwestern fringe of San Francisco is now a part of the Golden Gate Nationwide Recreation Space. The bluffs overlooking the seashore are 200 ft excessive.
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