LAGUNA BEACH (CBSLA.com) — Two women who were stranded on rocks by a high tide were rescued Saturday morning at Three Arch Bay near Laguna Beach.

A helicopter was called in, and one of the women was hoisted to safety. She was transported to Mission Hospital with minor injuries, according to the Orange County Sheriff’s Department.

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The other woman was escorted off the rocks by Laguna Beach Fire crews and lifeguards.

Both women are in their early 20s.

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They were not in the water.

Saltwater pools and caves around Three Arch Bay draw many young visitors, but lifeguards warn the area is dangerous.

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