Woman survives after vehicle goes over San Francisco beach cliff

A woman survived after the vehicle she was in drove over a beach cliff in San Francisco and landed on the roof in the sand, authorities said Saturday.
The woman, the only person in the vehicle, was taken to a trauma center in serious condition following the rescue on Christmas Day, Lt. Jonathan Baxter of the San Francisco Fire Department in an email.
A cliff rescue team responded after the vehicle landed on the beach, the department said it had statements and photos on Twitter. A red "Surf Rescue" pickup was used to get them off the sand.
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The incident took place in Fort Funston, a coastal land within the Golden Gate National Park Conservancy.
The woman was not identified by authorities trying to determine why the vehicle was driving over the cliff.

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