Department of Natural Resources police boat rescues subject from water after jumping off Governor Thomas Johnson’s bridge – Southern Maryland News Net


On Thursday, May 12, 2022, at approximately 7:32 p.m., police, fire and rescue personnel responded to Governor Thomas Johnson Bridge for the reported unoccupied vehicle.

911 callers reported that a vehicle was unoccupied at the top of the bridge. Deputies arrived at the scene and located a victim hovering directly under the bridge.

A Department of Natural Resources police boat rescued the victim from the water at 7:45 p.m. The female victim is believed to be unconscious but is breathing.

The Maryland State Police Trooper 2 helicopter was pre-launched to assist with search and rescue. Due to deteriorating weather conditions, Trooper 2 reported an estimated response time of 40 minutes. Emergency medical personnel transported the victim to MedStar St. Mary’s County Hospital.

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