SAN FRANCISCO (BCN/KTVU) - Crews rescued a surfer stranded Saturday morning on Seal Rocks, along the coast near the Cliff House, fire officials said.
Ocean swimmers with the Golden Gate National Park Service Beach Patrol were able to get the surfer on a long board to bring them to shore, according to a Twitter post by the San Francisco Fire Department.
As of noon, the surfer was being assessed to determine medical attention was needed, according to the fire department.
No information was available on how the surfer became stranded on Seal Rocks.
#052519SR1 There was a person stuck on seal rock. A full surf rescue response has been sent. @GoldenGateNPS Beach Patrol was able to get the victim on a long board and they are now bringing the person to shore. @SFFDPIO standing by with to assess victim. pic.twitter.com/fLfle4eJyR— SAN FRANCISCO FIRE DEPARTMENT (@SFFDPIO) May 25, 2019