SUICIDAL WOMAN SAVED BY SASD AT RICHMAN BRIDGE
By Emirah Al-Halim | July 31th, 2017
After blocking off Dillimore Intersection downstairs and the bridge from both ends, the Fire Department arrived. While their psychology staff stationed themselves onto the bridge in an attempt to talk down the alleged jumper, one of their firefighters deployed a jumppad at the bottom of the bridge in an attempt to soften the fall and prevent serious injuries in case their psychologists would have been unable to properly talk her down.
Luckily the woman was talked down by the Fire Department and taken into custody by multiple Deputies under direction of Staff Sergeant Clarence Reich. The deputies even placed leg restrains between her ankles to prevent her from changing her mind and trying to jump down once more. The Staff Sergeant then ordered that the woman was taken into custody, but the reasons beyond this decision are unknown. We contacted the Sheriff's Department for further comments, but after a brief word with Corporal Davies and Assistant Sheriff Goose, they informed us that they were unable to provide us with any information as it's an on-going investigation.
Update: Several anonymous sources have informed the San Andreas Network that the woman was forcefully admitted to the Fire Department Crisis Center for psychological evaluation.
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