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Preventing Suicides at Golden Gate Bridge

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May 29, 2013
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More than 1,500 people have killed themselves at the Golden Gate Bridge, making it one of the world's most-active suicide spots. A lesser-known statistic is the large number of people who bridge security officers have talked out of jumping.


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