On Christmas morning, a woman’s car in California fell off a cliff and hit the beach in a serious condition.
The fire department said the car of the unidentified woman was taken care of during a bluff in the town of Fortston in San Francisco.
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According to “Mercury News”, officials said the woman was “stable” when she arrived and was transported to a nearby trauma center.
On-site video and photos showed the car upside down on the beach.
The tide is coming so that the first responder can approach the woman and place it on a stretcher. It is not clear what caused the woman’s car to deviate from the road.
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According to “Mercury News”, the cliffs of Fortston Castle, a former port defense facility in San Francisco, are popular locations for hikers and hang gliders.