CHP Golden Gate Air Operations responded to an emergency rescue involving a Tesla that had plunged 250-feet off a cliff.
The crew successfully rescued two children and two adults from the vehicle.
The incident occurred at Devil’s Slide south of San Francisco, CA.
Check out the incredible footage below:
“This morning, CHP H-30 responded with multiple fire agencies from San Mateo County, CAL FIRE CZU San Mateo-Santa Cruz Unit, American Medical Response – San Mateo County, CHP – San Francisco, and the San Mateo County Sheriff’s Office to a report of a “ vehicle over the cliff” at Devils Slide.
As first responders arrived at the scene, it was determined that 2 adults and 2 children were trapped in a Tesla. While H-30 responded, firefighters rappelled to the scene and rescued the two children.
CHP H-30 lowered a El Cerrito Fire Helicopter Rescue Technician (HRT) to the scene who assisted in the extrication and rescue of two adults.
CHP H-30 hoisted both adults from the waters edge and transferred them to a waiting Stanford Life Flight Helicopter.”
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