JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- A person has been rescued from the St. Johns River after falling more than 30 feet, according to the Jacksonville Fire & Rescue Department.
JFRD announced over its Twitter account Saturday morning that crew members pulled a person out of the St. Johns River near the Hart Bridge.
It was not immediate clear if the person had fallen from the bridge, but JFRD said the fall was from more than 30 feet.
First Coast News will update this story with more information as it is released.
Crews just pulled a person out of the water by the Hart Bridge....trauma alert from fall of more than 30 ft...— MyJFRD (@JFRDJAX) December 2, 2017
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