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    :: Tuesday, January 30, 2007 ::

    Jumpers off Seattle's "suicide bridge" are falling close to people on the ground - By DONNA GORDON BLANKINSHIP, AP, Seattle Post Intelligencer
    Sarah Edwards drives on the left side of the street near her office because the body of a suicide from the bridge towering above once crashed onto the hood of a co-worker's car.

    The bloody aftermath of suicide is so common in the upscale neighborhood that grief counselors regularly visit the offices of Cutter & Buck, the sportswear company she works for. On the bridge overhead, city and state officials are adding suicide-prevention signs and telephones in hopes of cutting the number of people who jump.

    'It's become kind of commonplace,' Edwards said. 'You worry about your safety.'
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