A man and a dog were rescued Sunday from shallow bay waters off the Peninsula, according to the San Francisco Fire Department.
Crews from the fire department and San Francisco International Airport responded to a report of a man and a dog stranded in waist deep water and mud off North Access Road near the airport, fire officials said.
Land units and a shallow draft response vessel assisted the person out of the mud and then tracked and rescued the dog, fire officials said.
No injuries were reported.
It was not clear how the man and dog became stuck.