SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- Five teens were pulled from the water at San Francisco's Ocean Beach on Thursday afternoon.
According to the San Francisco Fire Department, 911 callers reported swimmers in distress around 1:30 p.m.
National Park Service lifeguards arrived first and pulled three people from the water, one of them was unconscious.
Lifeguards rescued two others moments later, one of them was in critical condition.
"One of the National Park Service lifeguards stated that when he arrived, one of the victims who was conscious, he was quote-unquote out of breath, flaccid, and saying repeatedly 'I'm going to die' that lifeguard reassured the young man he wasn't going to die," said SF Fire Lt. Jonathan Baxter.
We're told that the young man is okay.
But two others are listed in serious condition at the hospital.