San Francisco Police and Firefighters Team Up to Rescue “Loki” the Dog from Telegraph Hillside 20-150

On December 22, 2020, at approximately 6:08 PM, San Francisco Police officers from Central Police Station responded to the 200 block of Sansome Street regarding a dog that had slipped through a hole in a fence line near the Greenwich Street Steps. The dog slipped down a rocky cliffside. San Francisco firefighters from Engine Company 28 and Truck Company 13 also responded to the scene.

Using a flashlight to help locate and keep an eye on the Labrador Retriever named “Loki,” an SFPD officer climbed up the cliffside composed of loose rock from Lombard Street below. After a bit of coaxing, Loki came near enough for the officer to secure her. A high cyclone fence at the top of the cliff prevented the officer from passing Loki to safety. Using a rope line dropped from the top of the cliff, a San Francisco firefighter made his way up the hillside from below and then carried Loki down to Lombard Street.

Loki had taken quite a tumble, falling approximately 20 to 30 feet down the cliffside. She was later treated by a vet for minor injuries and is resting at home.

All of us at the SFFD and SFPD are very happy that Loki was rescued and reunited with her family.

View SFPD body-worn camera video of the incident here: https://vimeo.com/494268257

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