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Developing: Possible JumperNothing Onto 110 Freeway
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The Los Angeles Fire Department is responding to a call regarding a possible jumper onto the 110 Freeway Northbound at Stadium Way. A week ago today, someone committed suicide by jumping onto the 101 Freeway at Wilton Place.
Update, 2:12 P.M.: After the first responders arrived, nothing was found after a 10-minute search according to d'Lisa Davies of the LAFD. The cell phone caller was still not at the scene. ~ Zach Behrens
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