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Life Under 'Suicide Bridge'

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Life Under 'Suicide Bridge'

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Life Under 'Suicide Bridge'

Life Under 'Suicide Bridge'

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The Aurora Bridge is an architectural centerpiece of Seattle — a soaring bridge with stunning views of the city and two mountain ranges. It's also the second most popular "suicide bridge" in the country. About four people a year jump. The rising toll is getting hard to ignore as upscale tech companies move in under the bridge.

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