A person is injured after being caught when a tree fell in San Francisco on Saturday, according to the San Francisco Fire Department.

San Francisco Fire officials tweeted that the tree fell just before 4 p.m. in the Jackson and Front Street area.

San Francisco firefighters said a tree fell and someone was trapped before they could crawl out. Firefighters said the person was injured and taken to the hospital.

JACKSON ST / FRONT ST *** TREE DOWN *** REPORT OF THE TREE FALLING AND SOMEONE MAY FALL –

UPDATE: PERSON CRAWLED OUT … 1 PERSON INJURED … pic.twitter.com/JQueuvTmwr

– SAN FRANCISCO FIRE DEPARTMENT MEDIA (@SFFDPIO) May 1, 2021

SFFD warns people when fast moving winds were reported in the area on Saturday. They say 30 mph winds are expected in the area for the next few hours.

The San Francisco fire recommends anyone who sees a fallen tree call 311 and call 911 if there are rundown power cords.

30 MPH WINCH EXPECTED IN AREAS OF #SF OVER THE NEXT FEW HOURS–

Never approach run-down wires. CALL 911

TREE DOWN THAT POSES NO LIFE RISK; CALL 311 pic.twitter.com/zVnNTAyQmd

– SAN FRANCISCO FIRE DEPARTMENT MEDIA (@SFFDPIO) May 1, 2021