This picture is fire! 13 big trucks make up the car wall to stop the man jumping from the bridge

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 This picture is fire! 13 big trucks make up the car wall to stop the man jumping from the bridge


According to the Detroit free news, about 1 oclock in the morning of April 24th, the Michigan state of the United States had a moving scene. 13 big trucks lined up in a freeway overpass to form a big truck wall to prevent a man from jumping on a bridge. They praised them as heroes. As you can see from the scene, not only the big truck drivers but the local state police, a man on the bridge, is hesitant about whether to jump down. 13 trucks were lined up under the bridge, and the two way carriages were occupied. Finally, with the efforts of truck drivers and policemen, the man who wanted to commit suicide safely left the viaduct, and the whole process lasted for about two hours. The entire rescue operation was directed by the local police. After finding someone who was planning to jump the bridge, the police first closed the highway, then found the good truck drivers, and commanded them to slash under the bridge. According to police, when the trucks are in line, even if the people on the bridge jump down, only 5 to 6 feet (1.5 to 1.8 meters), he will fall on the roof of the truck. Local police say the rescue method has been used for more than 20 years, but it has never taken up the whole highway, has not been photographed, and has not been so widely shared and disseminated on the Internet. Source: cover news - editor in charge of Huaxi Metropolis Daily: Wang Zheng _NN7526 The entire rescue operation was directed by the local police. After finding someone who was planning to jump the bridge, the police first closed the highway, then found the good truck drivers, and commanded them to slash under the bridge. According to police, when the trucks are in line, even if the people on the bridge jump down, only 5 to 6 feet (1.5 to 1.8 meters), he will fall on the roof of the truck. Local police say the rescue method has been used for more than 20 years, but it has never taken up the whole highway, has not been photographed, and has not been so widely shared and disseminated on the Internet.