At 10:58 AM, September 2nd, a call to the Kern County Emergency Communications Center reported a vehicle at the bottom of a ravine off Comanche Point Road between the communities of Arvin and Stallion Springs. When KCFD Engine 48 and Patrol 48 arrived on scene they found a badly damaged pickup truck and one occupant at the bottom of a 100' cliff. Additional personnel and equipment would clearly be needed; 4 Engines, 6 Patrols, and 1 USAR (Urban Search and Rescue) from KCFD arrived on scene to support incident needs. Kern County firefighters utilized their USAR training and built a rope rescue system to quickly lower one firefighter down to make patient contact. The patient was injured and had been immobilized at the bottom of the ravine since Tuesday, August 29th. Three more firefighters were then lowered, by a team of firefighters and equipment from KCFD's USAR 47, to secure the patient in a stokes basket before raising the patient to safety. The patient was transported by Hall ground ambulance to a landing zone, who was then flown by Mercy Air 15 to a local area hospital. CHP and Stallion Springs PD also assisted with on scene operations.