SFFD Saves Man In Late-Night Treasure Island Cliff Rescue

Photo: SFPD
By Fiona Lee - Published on July 11, 2017.

Last night, a man was rescued from cliffs on Treasure Island, said SFFD. 

The man was discovered on the rocks in a section between the Bay Bridge and a security gate to the island around 11:20pm, SFFD spokesperson Jonathan Baxter told Bay City News. 

After a half-hour rescue, crews reached the man. After an evaluation by the fire department, first responders determined that he was uninjured. 

The man was then turned over to San Francisco police for an interview, said Baxter. 

No further details were available at this time.

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