NEWPORT, Ore. (AP) -- Authorities say crews rescued a man who fell from a cliff near Lincoln City.
The U.S. Coast Guard says the Lincoln City Fire Department called them Tuesday afternoon requesting a helicopter crew to help a man who fell off a cliff called God's Thumb.
The Coast Guard says their crew helped firefighters locate the man who had fallen approximately 100 feet.
He was hoisted by a Coast Guard North Bend aircrew Tuesday evening and taken to Toledo.
The Coast Guard says the man was in stable condition when he was hoisted.
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