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24-Year-Old Woman Rescued After Becoming Trapped on Topanga Cliff

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The L.A. Sheriff's Department rescued a hiker who was trapped on the face of a Topanga cliff last night, according to a statement.The 24-year-old woman was stuck directly above a 300-foot drop. At about 6:30 p.m., a helicopter pilot and a paramedic lifted her up from the cliff.

She suffered minor injuries.