When You Shouldn't Stand in a Doorway During an Earthquake
Published on 5 Jul 2019, 21:27
Jen Principe and Toni Musso were driving to dinner in Los Angeles when they saw a man walk onto a freeway overpass and feared he might jump. So they pulled off and drove to the overpass. By the time they got there, the man was hanging onto the railing. "The first thing I said was, 'We love you, please don't jump,'" Principe said. When authorities arrived they let Musso and Principe take the lead. The man eventually left the overpass and was taken to the hospital, but not before thanking the women.
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