Fire officials from the Hudson Valley rushed to save a person who somehow fell 20 feet down a very steep embankment.

On Sunday, Sept. 9 around 3:15 p.m., the Somers Fire Department and EMS was dispatched to the Lake Lincolndale area for a person down in an embankment.

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Person Saved From 20 Feet Steep Embankment In Somers, New York

The volunteer fire department didn't report how the person ended up falling 20 feet down the steep embankment in the Lake Lincolndale area.

Patient Taken To Local Hospital After Falling Down Embankment

Somers Volunteer Fire Department
Somers Volunteer Fire Department

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The person was taken to a nearby hospital. Fire officials didn't release the person's name, age, hometown or gender. The person's condition also wasn't released.

"The patient was transported to a local hospital," the Somers Volunteer Fire Department stated in a press release. "All Somers Fire and EMS units returned to service within 2 and a half hours."

On Tuesday, Hudson Valley Post reported on a Hudson Valley scientist who was rescued more than 3,000 feet underground in a cave in southern Turkey

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