SAN MATEO COUNTY, Calif. (KRON) – One lane of Highway 1 has reopened at Devils Slide, south of Pacifica, after a car drove off a cliff, according to California Highway Patrol.

One lane had been closed, Cal Fire stated shortly after 9 a.m. It had been reopened by 11:26 a.m., according to Caltrans.

The car was seen on the beach at the bottom of a cliff in video posted by the Cal Fire San Mateo-Santa Cruz Unit, which agency also added that the incident is south of the Tom Lantos Tunnel.

Motorists should expect delays, according to Caltrans.

A later tweet, after the lane had reopened, from Cal Fire CZU provided more information, stating “Traffic was impacted on Hwy 1 along Devil’s Slide for more than 2 hours as firefighters worked to rescue a patient trapped in a wrecked vehicle at the bottom of the cliff. This rescue was a team effort, from the witnesses who reported the crash, to the first responders on scene.” A variety of local agencies, including the Pacifica and San Mateo County fire departments, assisted with the emergency response.

A patient was transported to the hospital via helicopter, according to Cal Fire CZU.

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