Emergency crews are assisting an injured hiker Saturday near the top of the Cuesta Grade in San Luis Obispo.
According to a call with KSBY, CAL FIRE SLO officials initially received reports of an injured hiker seven miles in on Mount Lowe Road off Highway 101 northbound at 11:30 a.m.
CAL FIRE SLO authorities say the hiker has a possible broken arm.
Officials said SLO City Fire Department and CAL FIRE SLO crews are working to reach the injured hiker. The CHP H-70 is also helping with the rescue.
A Tweet from CAL FIRE SLO says first-responders with the Santa Margarita Volunteer Fire Department are also assisting with the rescue.
@CALFIRE_SLO and @SLO_City_Fire assisting an injured hiker 7 miles in on Mt. Lowe Road off the top of Cuesta Grade. Santa Margarita Volunteer F.D. at scene as well. pic.twitter.com/s0CKOmGiMV— CAL FIRE SLO (@CALFIRE_SLO) June 27, 2020