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San Diego Fire Department Conducts Water Rescue Near Tijuana River Valley


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A San Diego Fire-Rescue vehicle. Photo by Alexander Nguyen

 A man was freed from a vehicle Wednesday that was stuck in about 4 feet of water near the Tijuana River Valley in the Nestor neighborhood, authorities said.

Firefighters and lifeguards from the San Diego Fire Department received the call around 8:20 a.m. Crews safely extricated the man at 9:07 a.m.

It did not appear that he suffered any injuries, officials said.

–City News Service


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