Man Falls 30 Feet From Sunset Cliffs

A man was found severely injured and bleeding from the head Thursday morning after falling at least 30 feet from Sunset Cliffs. A 911 caller reported finding the injured man around 6:15a.m. telling dispatchers the he appeared to be a white man in his 20's dressed in a blue sweatshirt and jeans, San Diego police Officer Steve Bourasa said.

Police, lifeguards and firefighters responded to the scene and located the injured man below the intersection of Sunset Cliffs Boulevard and Hill Street."He was reported to be bleeding from his head and lying in the rocks," Bourasa said. "He was airlifted via a San Diego Fire helicopter to a trauma center."

There was no immediate information regarding the man's injuries or if he was expected to survive. The bluffs in the area are about 30 feet high. Several emergency responders hauling the  victim onto the San Diego Fire-Rescue Department helicopter, and then performing life-saving measures as the aircraft prepared to lift off.

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