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Early intervention needed to prevent Susquehanna bridge suicides, State Police commander says
Early intervention needed to prevent Susquehanna bridge suicides, State Police commander says

Law enforcement officers will make every possible effort to stop a person who is trying to take his or her life, but according to a Maryland State Police barrack commander, people must take steps long before someone attempts to commit suicide. Lt. Tim Mullin, commander of the JFK Highway Barrack in Perryville, spoke to The Record Tuesday after a man jumped to his death Sunday from the I-95 Milliard E. Tydings Memorial Bridge over the Susquehanna River between Harford and Cecil counties. Police and medical authorities haven't identified the victim, whose plunge from the 90-foot high bridge occurred less than seven months after a trooper in Mullin's command prevented a man from...

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