Amid heavy rains, San Diego Fireplace Division Lifeguards rescued two injured folks in South Bay, not removed from the worldwide border, early Friday morning.
SDFD responded at 2:45 a.m. Friday to a name relating to two folks needing help within the water north of the South Bay Worldwide Wastewater Therapy Plant and arrived on scene at 3 a.m.
“Customs and Border Safety requested SDFD’s Lifeguard Swift Water Rescue Workforce to assist two folks within the water north of the water therapy plant in South Bay at Dairy Mart Street and Clearwater Manner,” SDFD spokeswoman Monica Munoz mentioned.
“They had been positioned and rescued. Each had been transported to Sharp Chula Vista Hospital.”
The 2 folks weren’t recognized. The extent of their accidents was not identified.
Models assigned included one division chief, one truck, one helicopter, one engine, two battalion chiefs, one rescue, one medic, two lifeguard river groups and 21 whole personnel.
Metropolis Information Service contributed to this report.