A horseback rider riding trails in Daly City ended up in the hospital on Saturday, Dec. 14, according to North County Fire Authority officials.
At 4:34 p.m. three fire companies, one technical rescue unit and one chief officer responded to a cliff rescue at 2152 Olympic Way in Daly City.
The first arriving fire companies found a horseback rider that had been thrown from a horse. The horse had then fallen onto the rider, who was treated by firefighters and paramedics at the scene using a rescue basket.
The victim was taken to an awaiting ambulance and was then transported to a local hospital for unknown injuries.