Woman falls off cliff at Fletcher Cove, airlifted to hospital

A woman fell off a cliff Thursday in Solana Beach and was airlifted to a hospital by a helicopter that landed on the beach, authorities said.

Someone called 9-1-1 at 7:22 a.m. to report that there was a woman lying in the sand at Fletcher Cove, San Diego County sheriff’s Lt. Gary Steadman said.

An air ambulance landed on the beach around 8 a.m. to and ferried the woman to Scripps La Jolla Hospital, according to a North County Fire Protection District dispatcher who said the woman was a fall victim.

No other details were immediately released.

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