TACOMA, Wash. - A crew with the Tacoma Fire Department rescued two hikers Sunday night from a cliff at Point Defiance Park.
Rescuers said the hikers got stranded about 9 p.m. and were approximately 70 feet below the Tacoma Narrows Bridge’s viewpoint on Five Mile Drive. The hikers were stuck on the cliff for a couple of hours.
Rescuers, along with the help of Fire Boat Destiny, pulled the people to safety one at a time, officials said.
No injuries were reported, and crews did not say how the hikers got stuck.
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