CARNATION, Wash. — Authorities say a woman was pulled unconscious from the Snoqualmie River near Carnation.

KOMO-TV reports ( ) firefighters were called to Tolt McDonald Park Friday afternoon for a report of a woman face down in the water.

The King County Sheriff’s Office says a man saw the woman, pulled her from the river and began CPR.

The sheriff’s office says when medics arrived they said the woman was breathing but was unconscious.

She was taken to a local hospital.

Investigators said they’re not sure how long she was in the water or how she got there.

Information from: KOMO-TV,

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