UPDATE: Cliffside fall victim rescued in Pismo Beach

January 15, 2012 

UPDATE 4 p.m. Monday Here's a video of the last seven minutes of the rescue of the woman who fell off a cliff in Pismo Beach on Sunday.

UPDATE 8 p.m. The two people who climbed down the cliff to help a fall victim at Dinosaur Caves Park in Pismo Beach have been rescued, according to County/Cal Fire.

UPDATE 7 p.m. The victim of an estimated 60-foot coastal cliffside fall at Dinosaur Caves Park in Pismo Beach has been rescued, according to County/Cal Fire.

The fall victim is being taken to a local hospital.

No information on that person's condition or identity has been made available as of early Sunday evening.

Two people who climbed down the cliff to help the fall victim are now being rescued, according to Cal Fire's Twitter feed. Those two were not hurt, the agency says.


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UPDATE 6:30 p.m. Cal Fire reports that the Technical Rescue Team and a truck to provide lighting have arrived at the scene of the Dinosaur Caves cliff rescue in Pismo Beach.

UPDATE 5:55 p.m.: Cal Fire reports that two fire engines, a truck for lighting and the San Luis Obispo County Technical Rescue Team are en route to assist with the cliff rescue at Dinosaur Caves Park in Pismo Beach.

ORIGINAL REPORT

One person has fallen about 60 feet down a cliff at Dinosaur Caves Park in Pismo Beach, County/Cal Fire reported on its Twitter feed at 5:37 p.m. Sunday.

The agency’s firefighters are at the scene working on the cliff rescue, according to Cal Fire.

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