UPDATE (7:00 p.m.) - The San Luis Obispo City Fire Department says a 62-year-old man suffered moderate injuries after falling 15 to 20 feet.
Firefighters say they found the man had fallen near the bench close to the top of the peak.
According to officials, the man had abrasions on his face, arms and legs and was complaining of hip pain.
A CHP helicopter helped paramedics reach the man, hoist him up and transport him to a landing zone.
Fire crews say he was transported to Sierra Vista Regional Medical Center.
UPDATE (1:45 p.m.) - CAL FIRE SLO crews say the person fell nearly 20 feet and needs medical assistance.
Firefighters from San Luis Obispo Station 23 are also on scene to assist with the rescue.
We are at scene of a Bishop Peak rescue. Report of a person who fell 15 to 20 feet and now needs medical assistance. Firefighters from San Luis Obispo Station 23 are at scene now. Committment we be approximately an hour. pic.twitter.com/TWX7p351OV
— CAL FIRE SLO (@CALFIRE_SLO) November 17, 2019
ORIGINAL STORY (12:06 p.m.) - CAL FIRE SLO officials are responding to reports of a person who reportedly fell unconscious at Bishop Peak in San Luis Obispo shortly before noon Sunday.
First responders have deployed H-70 to assist with the rescue.
A call inquiring as to what led up to the incident has not been immediately returned.
This is a developing story. Please check back later for updates as more information becomes available.