Harriman Police say that an 18-year-old man jumped to his death from a bridge on Monday morning.
In a release Monday afternoon, the Harriman Police Department that at around 9:45 am, officers were called to the Harold Wester Bridge on West Hills Drive in Harriman, where the crew of a passing train spotted a body lying on one of the tracks.
The bridge crosses over a ravine with two sets of railroad tracks running along the bottom.
Police say that the same man attepmpted to jump from the same bridge back in April but had been prevented from doing so by Police Chief Kenny Humphrey, who reportedly pulled him from the railing.
The young man’s death is being investigated as a suicide and the Harriman Police Department says they are not releasing his name “out of respect for his family.”