Defence Force officers save would-be suicide

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April 15, 2019

Officers from the Royal Bahamas Defence Force prevented the suicide attempt of a 53-year-old man over the weekend. Marines Michael Gibson, Cyral Davis and Alexis Strachan were at a security checkpoint on Cowpen Road around 10am on Saturday when a man’s unusual behaviour sent them scrambling to save his life. They were waiting for youth participants in the Governor General’s Youth Award (GGYA) programme to reach the checkpoint during their 30-mile hike. Able Seaman Gibson said: “We witnessed an individual coming from the southern side with a belt around his neck. One of my comrades said: ‘Something has to be wrong’. The man looked at us; he said ‘hi’, then he said ‘bye’ as if to say this is his last goodbye. He walked towards the bushes.

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News date : 04/15/2019    Category : About Bahamians, Accident/Emergency, Tribune Stories

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