EDITOR'S NOTE: This story has been edited to correct the official name of Bishop Peak and to fix typographical errors.
UPDATE: Firefighters rescued two injured hikers who fell on Bishop Peak in San Luis Obispo on Saturday, according to the San Luis Obispo Fire Department.
Three hikers had fallen by the time rescuers arrived before 5 p.m., but one of them was not hurt, according to a news release issued Sunday.
The hikers were described only as three younger men. Authorities would not disclose their names.
They had reportedly fallen in a steep, rocky area of the mountain.
One of the hikers hurt his leg and back, and the other hurt his leg, according to the news release.
With the help of County/Cal Fire and San Luis Ambulance, as well as the San Luis Obispo County Urban Search and Rescue Team, a total of 35 rescuers responded during the six-hour operation.
After treating the hikers where they were found, rescuers lowered them using two 600-foot ropes.
The hikers were treated at Sierra Vista Regional Medical Center in San Luis Obispo.
ORIGINAL REPORT: Cal Fire crews are on their way to aid two hikers, one with a possible broken leg, on Bishop Peak in San Luis Obispo, reports Cal Fire.
The report was called in to Cal Fire at 4:42 p.m.