Hey, there's no cliff rescue in 'Twilight' series

Hey, there's no cliff rescue in 'Twilight' series »Play Video
Screen shot of video filmed by U.S. Coast Guard of Twilight fan rescoe near La Push, Wash.
LA PUSH, Wash. -- A fan of the Twilight books may have taken things a little too far.

The Coast Guard had to be called in Tuesday to rescue a 22-year-old man who got stuck on Little James Island near La Push.

Officials with the Quileute Indian nation say the person was a tourist from Georgia who went to the island to scope out a site where Twilight's main character Bella and the Quileute wolves go cliff diving in the second book, "New Moon."

He ended up stuck on a 150-foot tall cliff.

A Coast Guard helicopter was summoned from Port Angeles to hoist the man off the cliff. He was taken to a doctor in Quillayute to be checked out.