Firefighters in San Diego rescued a man who somehow became trapped atop the U.S.-Mexico border wall.
The individual – who has not been identified – was removed early Tuesday.
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“Firefighters were able to rescue the victim using a 35’ ladder and no injuries were reported,” CAL FIRE said in a Facebook post.
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Images shared by the agency showed a man in jeans and a jacket standing on top of the wall’s slats.
It’s not immediately clear where the individual was taken.