HONOLULU (KHON2) — According to Honolulu Emergency Medical Services, a teen is in serious condition after falling off a tree in Waimea.

On Sunday, Jan. 22, EMS officials responded to a 14-year-old male spectator around 8 a.m. in Waimea Bay after he fell 10 feet off a tree.

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Officials said he lost consciousness and is in serious condition.

He was transported to medical services.

At 9:15 a.m. EMS responded to another incident at Ke Iki Road after a large wave crashed into multiple cars and a house.

Three people, including a baby, were standing in the area, and according to EMS, the baby got washed up under the home.

The baby was evaluated and found uninjured.

Two adults declined medical transportation to the emergency room.

In a separate incident, at 10:30 a.m., Ocean Safety and EMS responded to a surfer at Chun’s surf break who suffered from possible broken ribs.

The surfer also declined transportation to the emergency room.

Just after 3 p.m. today, Ocean Safety responded to multiple swimmers in distress at Makua Beach.

Lifeguards made contact with the swimmers and brought them all back to shore, unharmed.

At the same time, lifeguards also responded to a 34-year-old female after she was ejected off the back of a jet ski and became unconscious, according to EMS.

The woman was brought back to shore by a private jet ski and was treated by lifeguards when they returned to land.

EMS responded, treated and transported her to the emergency room in serious condition.

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