SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — A man died Wednesday after he fell 200 feet (60 meters) down a cliff at a popular San Francisco park, fire officials said.
Rescue swimmers with the San Francisco Fire Department reached the man after spotting him against some rocks and dragged him to shore in Lands End Lookout, the San Francisco Chronicle reported.
The man was pronounced dead once on shore. He has not been identified.
The U.S. Park Police in San Francisco is investigating how the man fell in the area of rocky cliffs and windy trials.
San Francisco's Lands End Lookout offers sweeping views of the Pacific Ocean and the Golden Gate Bridge and is popular with residents and tourists.