A California man fell to his death while trying to rescue his dog from a cliff.
The 67-year-old's dog got away from him at Thorton State Beach on Monday, the Golden Gate National Park ranger told KPIX.
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Rescuers airlifted the man's body from the bottom of the cliff and returned the dog to the man's family, KPIX reported.
The area is a popular spot for dog walkers. Rangers advised dog owners to use leashes and avoid the cliffs, which are very steep, KPIX reported.
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