Lifeguards rescued four people from a sailboat that ran onto a reef at San Diego's Sunset Cliffs on Sunday, according to the San Diego Fire-Rescue Department (SDFD).
Officials first received two 911 calls from people on shore near Ladera Street Park at Sunset Cliffs around 11:17 a.m., saying they saw a sailboat that appeared to be too close to shore.
The sailboat, about 35 to 40 feet, had gotten stuck on a reef, according to San Diego Lifeguards, however, lifeguards were unable to remove the boat from the reef.
Lifeguards used a surf boat, rescue water craft and fire boat to rescue four people on board.
No one was injured.
No other information was available at the moment
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Source : NBC San Diego