Watch: NJ State Police Stop 22-Year-Old Woman From Jumping Off Driscoll Bridge

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RARITAN, NJ – New Jersey State Police Troopers stopped on the Driscoll Bridge on Tuesday to find a distraught 22-year-old woman contemplating jumping off the bridge.  After talking to the women, troopers persuaded the woman not to jump and consoled her in their cruiser.  At 11:58 a.m., Staff Sergeant Ryan Kauffmann and Trooper Uri Boyd responded to the report of the woman at the edge of the bridge, stopped in the roadway.

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