One New Jersey cop's quick reflexes saved a man's life.
Riverdale police Sgt. Greg Bogert managed to stop a distraught man from jumping off a highway bridge Monday, according to dashcam video posted by the department.
Bogert attended a call of a man walking in and out of highway traffic and arrived to find him upset. The officer tried to calm him down, but the man ran to the concrete barrier to try to jump off.
Luckily for him, though, Bogert was fast.
"Don't fucking do it!" the cop yelled as he tackled him just in time and held him down.
The officer told NJ.com that he didn't censor his language because, while he could see the man eyeing the bridge, he was unsure whether he'd catch him in time.
The man, who police say yelled “My family is dead. I just want to die,” was taken to hospital to get psychological help, according to a news release.
Bogert told NorthJersey.com that the man's family is alive.
The cop has since been hailed a hero, but this isn't the first time he's been recognized for his work.
In 2010, he helped resuscitate a baby that wasn't breathing, according to NJ.com, and was honoured with an award.
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