The Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department sent out photos (above) of a rescue that took place nearby Eaton Canyon on Thursday night.
A hiker became stranded in a canyon nearby the second waterfalls and managed to get himself stuck about 500 feet down from where rescuers could reach him.
It took seven hours to carry out the rescue, with it ending around 12:30 p.m.
According to the department release, it ultimately took 1,400 feet of rope to reach the hiker and 24 search and rescue personnel from the Altadena and Sierra Madre volunteer teams.
For more on the rescue, read the below story:
What do you think of how common Eaton Canyon rescues have become?