SAN FRANCISCO—A man was hospitalized after falling off of a 30 foot cliff in Marin Headlands, located in the Golden Gate National Recreation Area on Sunday, February 16.

According to CBS SF, the incident occurred before 2:55 p.m. A man in his 20’s was hiking alone and fell from Upper Fisherman’s Trail down to the beach. The National Park Service and the Mill Valley Fire Department, in addition to two other fire departments assisted with the rescue of the victim after calls were made by witnesses. 

The rescue team hiked half a mile to the victim. Officials from the California Highway Patrol were called to the scene to airlift the victim to John Muir Medical Center. 

The San Francisco News reached out to the Mill Valley Fire Department for the identity of the victim and a statement, but did not hear back before print.