Firefighters in Daly City rescue man stranded down cliff
DALY CITY, Calif. -- Firefighters in Daly City rescued a man who was trapped down a 200-foot coastal cliff on Saturday afternoon.
Units responded to a report of a possible cliff rescue at Palisades Park at about 3:25 p.m., according to the North County Fire Authority.
Arriving crews found a man stranded about 200 feet down on the cliff, officials said.
The man was hoisted up the bluff in a safety harness, officials said.
The man suffered minor cuts and bruises and refused transport to a hospital, officials said.
The rescue operation was over in about an hour.
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