A teenager was rescued by firefighters after falling down a river bluff in St. Paul on Wednesday.
St. Paul Fire Department says it was called to a technical rescue around 2:15 p.m. on the 600 block of Mississippi River Boulevard.
It comes after the teen fell 15-20 feet down the bluff, requiring firefighters to set up rigging to perform a rope rescue.
"The victim was quickly rescued and transported to a local hospital," the fire department said.
The Pioneer Press reports the teenager fortunately landed on a ledge, and there was another 20-30 feet drop beyond the edge.
Here are some pictures from the scene of the rescue: