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18-Year-Old Jumps From Queensboro Bridge, Survives: NYPD

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June 1, 2018 By Nathaly Pesantez

An 18-year-old is alive after jumping from the Ed Koch Queensboro Bridge yesterday afternoon, police say.

The man jumped from the bridge into the East River at around 1:30 p.m. yesterday, and was rescued by a passing NYC Ferry, an NYPD spokesperson said.

The ferry then hurried him to Roosevelt Island, where an ambulance took him to the New York- Presbyterian hospital, the spokesperson said.

One twitter user, Luis Cardozo, witnessed the incident and wrote that the 18-year-old seemed unconscious, then woke up and tried to swim toward shore, but started to drown.

He posted videos of what appears to be the 18-year-old staying afloat as a NYC Ferry came to the rescue.

The New York Post was first to report the incident.

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Bet it was another Jackass stunt for tv the video will be on all star hip hop in a few days

First Time Long Time

I heard he was a baseball pitching prodigy and just learned he was drafted by the Mets.


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