police-light-bar1.jpg4:50 PM: A 16-year-old was rescued from a cliff in San Francisco’s Seacliff neighborhood this afternoon, according to a fire department dispatcher.

Firefighters were called around 2:45 p.m. to the 300 block of Sea Cliff Avenue near China Beach on a report of a person, possibly a child, stuck on a rock, the dispatcher said.

The address of the rescue location was later corrected to 300 El Camino Del Mar.

The person was reportedly in a safe location but unable to get down, the dispatcher said.

The 16-year-old was rescued from the cliff and taken to California Pacific Medical Center with minor injuries, the dispatcher said.

3:18 PM: San Francisco firefighters are attempting a cliff rescue in the city’s Seacliff neighborhood this afternoon, according to a fire department dispatcher.

Firefighters were called around 2:45 p.m. to the 300 block of Sea Cliff Avenue near China Beach on a report of a person, possibly a child, stuck on a rock, the dispatcher said.

The address of the rescue location was later corrected to 300 El Camino Del Mar.

The person was reportedly in a safe location but unable to get down, the dispatcher said.

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  • Martin

    Certain areas of San Francisco are identified as “neighborhood”, but others are slapped with “district”. If we have the Castro district, Mission district, Haight district; why not Seacliff district or Laurel Heights district, Pacific Heights district or Russian Hill district? Weird.

  • Martin

    Certain areas of San Francisco are identified as “neighborhood”, but others are slapped with “district”. If we have the Castro district, Mission district, Haight district; why not Seacliff district or Laurel Heights district, Pacific Heights district or Russian Hill district? Weird.