CLEVELAND — One person was been pulled to safety shortly before noon Wednesday after a water rescue operation at Perkins Beach in Cleveland.
EMS teams responded to the scene of the rescue, which we streamed live inside this story. You can watch the full stream live below.
Cleveland Metroparks provided 3News with the following statement after the situation ended: "This morning Cleveland Metroparks Police Department, assisted by Cleveland Fire, rescued a 31-year old male who jumped into the water off Perkins Beach. The male, who was reported missing by Cleveland Police, was transported for medical evaluation."
Perkins Beach is located near Edgewater Beach. Cleveland Metroparks says it’s “located at the bottom of a 60-foot bluff just north of Cliff Drive.” It’s a beach that's accessible from the stars off the circular Perkins parking lot.
This is a developing situation. Stay with 3News as we will update this story once more information is confirmed.
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Editor's note: Video in the player above was originally published in an unrelated article on Feb. 23, 2022.