Four people, including two children, are in critical condition after a Tesla they were fell 250 feet over a cliff known as the Devil’s Slide in California.
On Monday, a fire official shared a video from the Cal Fire San Mateo – Santa Cruz unit’s Twitter profile, letting local drivers know that a car went over the cliff and there would be delays in the area.
“At this point we’ve got four critical patients,” he said in the footage from the scene, adding that a Tesla fell “over the side about 250 feet down.”
Two of the people in the vehicle were minors, he continued.
The agency later shared clips of helicopters hovering over the water and tweeted that one of the patients had been rescued and “brought to the top of the cliff by firefighters.”
The San Mateo County Fire Department did not immediately respond to PEOPLE’s request for comment.
According to KRON4 in San Francisco, an official at the scene shared that the children in the vehicle were 4 and 9.
Their identities, along with the adults, have not been publicly revealed.
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VIDEO: Two adults and two children were critically injured after the Tesla they were in plunged nearly 250 feet off a cliff along Highway 1 at Devil's Slide Monday morning, according to CAL FIRE officials. https://t.co/lX0cZeb279 pic.twitter.com/4aqGWqrR9B— ABC7 News (@abc7newsbayarea) January 2, 2023