- A woman survived after her car plunged 120 feet off a cliff and landed upside-down on a beach in San Francisco.
- It is unclear what caused the car to go off the cliff.
- The woman was found in "Serious condition" but was immediately taken to a trauma center, the San Francisco Fire Department said on Twitter.
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A woman was found in "serious condition" after her car plunged 120 feet off a cliff and landed upside-down a beach in San Francisco, the city's fire department said.
The woman, who has not been identified, was the only person in the vehicle when it crashed onto Fort Funston beach on Christmas Day.
It is unclear how far the woman fell or what caused the car to go off the cliff. She was immediately taken to a trauma center, the San Francisco Fire Department said on Twitter.
A video of the accident posted to Twitter shows a car flipped over on the beach and first responders putting the woman on a stretcher.
Fort Funston is located in southwest San Francisco and features "200-foot high sandy bluffs," according to the Golden Gate National Parks Conservancy. It used to be a former harbor defense installation.
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