3 rescued at Aquatic Park, 1 with serious injuries

Fire department crews rescued three people at Aquatic Park in San Francisco Thursday morning, including one person who has suffered major injuries, according to fire officials.

Fire officials said the rescue was underway around 6 a.m. A person that was rescued from the water via a fireboat has been transported to a hospital in critical condition.

Two others who were rescued at the base of a cliff are in stable condition and also transported to a hospital.

No further information is immediately available.

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