By Cecilio Padilla

AUBURN (CBS13) — Crews worked quickly to rescue a family of four who got stranded in the Middle Fork of the American River on Monday evening.

Rescuers found the family just below No Hands Bridge in the Auburn State Recreation Area.

READ MORE: Jamestown Man Arrested After Allegedly Hitting Sheriff's Deputy With Stun Gun Probe

Scene of the rescue. (Credit: Cal Fire NEU)

Exactly why the family got stranded is unclear.

Get the app: Download the new CBS Sacramento News app for iOS and Android

READ MORE: 81 Pounds Of Meth, 11 Pounds Of Fentanyl Tablets Found After CHP Pulls Over Speeding Car

With the help of members of the Placer County Water Rescue Team, Auburn City Fire, California State Parks, El Dorado County Fire Protection District, and American Medical Response, the family was guided to a shallow water crossing.

From there, a rescue boat was able to ferry the family to safety.

MORE NEWS: Gov. Newsom Pushes Full California Public School Reopening by Fall As Many Districts Resist

No one was hurt in the incident, Cal Fire says.