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05.21.15: save, 6:25pm, male
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05.21.15, Bill E., Riverview, Fl., (6:25pm), HCSO responding to FHP call for assistance at top of bridge. White male on edge. later: 6:33pm, Jumper in Fhp custody. All units called off.

any more info is welcome.
05.15.15: skywalk?, male
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05.17.15, anon, (05.15.15, male, no phones, was stopped from jumping), This was a family member of mine. He was on the Skywalk friday morning thinking about jumping. Someone called law enforcement after seeing him walk back and forth from his vehicle to the Skywalk several times. Fhp's quick response to the scene, gave them a chance to talk him down and get him some help. Thanks FHP

any more info is welcome.
04.26.15: possible jumper
04.26.15, Hillsborough Sheriff, SUICIDE ATTEMPT, SKYWAY BG, 0514, 0549, 0h35m

any more info is welcome. 
03.31.15: save, 8:48am, male
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03.31.15, natasha b., bradenton, fl., (9:30am, male), I was driving northbound on the Skyway Bridge for work this morning at exactly 9:30am I passed by several sheriffs and local cop cars and his brown truck, who steered traffic away. I saw a white male with grey shirt on hanging off the bridge, teo hands holding on, one leg over guard rail and entire body over the guardrail. I dont know if he jumped. I hope not. Very upsetting day.

03.31.15, Marina K. S., facebook, Did someone jump? Police looking over edge with a truck parked there. Hope not.

any more info is welcome.
03.31.15,, Suicidal man talked down off Sunshine Skyway Bridge by officers
MANATEE -- A suicidal person was talked down from the ledge of the Sunshine Skyway Bridge this morning by the Florida Highway Patrol and the St. Petersburg Police Department's Crisis Unit.
According to FHP Trooper Kenneth Watson, the man was on the ledge advising that he wanted to jump. The man had been driving a bronze-colored 2011 Ford truck.
FHP troopers were on the scene Tuesday, and additional help was on the way from the United States Coast Guard and the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission with boats in case the subject jumped.
FHP troopers received a call about a suicidal person at 8:48 a.m. Tuesday and a trooper was on the scene within minutes, according to Watson. They managed to secure the man and left at 9:58 a.m.
"I can tell you that all units are following the ambulance to Manatee Memorial Hospital," said Watson.
Watson couldn't say whether the subject was under the influence of some narcotic.
"There's obviously been a catastrophic event that has occurred that has brought him to his point," Watson said. "Our job is to get him off and then we'll hand him to the medical professionals." (thanks jason, bradenton)

03.31.15, facebook/iontb, Averted Skyway Suicide This Morning. Great job to all the agencies involved. On March 31, 2015 at 8:40 AM, the Florida Highway Patrol (FHP) was patrolling northbound I-275 near mile marker 9 on the Skyway Bridge. A FHP trooper observed a Ford pick-up truck stopped on top of the bridge span and a distraught white male sitting nearby on the ledge of the bridge. The white male began shouting at the trooper advising the trooper to back away. In turn, the trooper requested emergency back up and began attempting to establish a rapport with the subject. Additional Florida Highway Patrol Troopers, Florida Wildlife Commission Officers (FWC), Hillsborough County Sheriff’s Office and the Saint Petersburg Police Department responded to the scene. The US Coast Guard along with the FWC Marine Unit responded and stood by at the base of the bridge in the water. During the course of engaging in a conversation with the subject, emergency personnel were able to physically pull the subject to safety and detain him. The subject was taken to Manatee Memorial Hospital for evaluation and will be Baker Acted upon release.
03.29.15: possible jumper
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03.29.15, anon, Sarasota, Possible jumper- drove over (southbound) at about 9:00 p.m.- police officer with lights on at the top--- behind a vacant 4-door black car.

any more info is welcome. 
02.28.15: possible jumper, male
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03.01.15, Bill E., Riverview, (02.28.15, 5:00pm, male), On scanner, heard a dispatch to a deputy to respond to Skyway Re: call from Sarasota, person left and threatened to jump. Male driving a black car, believed to be a Maxima.

03.01.15, mandie, st. Petersburg, FL., (03.01.15, 12:08am), Possible jumper. 3 FHP vehicles, fire and ems. Black 4 door, newer car at the top of the bridge. Anyone have any info?

seems these two reports could be linked. any more info is welcome. 
02.28.15, Hillsborough Sheriff, ASSIST OTHER AGENCY, SKYWAY  BG,  2345, 0033, 0h48m
02.25.15: possible fog bird sighting
02.25.15, facebook/iontb, Skyway Bridge: Unconfirmed report of a possible jumper NB lanes north of the main bridge. Heavy fog still in area.
Update: All units went available. Passing motorist who was not from the area called in the report. It is unfounded and may have been a bird in the fog that caused the concern.
(obviously, this passing motorist is not familiar with the dreaded florida fog bird.)

any more info is welcome.
02.17.15: save, 11:30pm, male
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02.17.15, Keith M., Gulfport, FL., (11:30pm, male, didn't jump, taken away), Driving home from Sarasota, saw an abandoned white car with 2 FHP vehicles at top of Northbound lane, iontb is reporting that troopers were able to secure the potential jumper.

any more info is welcome.
02.17.15, facebook/iontb, Skyway Bridge: Rescue crews responding to bridge with ground/marine units. Investigating reports of a possible suicidal person.
Update 11:37PM: Skyway bridge: FHP Trooper was able to secure the individual atop the bridge. Crews began to respond about 11:13PM after a call received regarding a white car stopped at the top of the bridge in the right lane. Additional information reported a male laying on the railing of the bridge with his leg hanging over. FHP responded and apparently found the subject back in his vehicle. Trooper was able to safely secure the subject.
02.15.15: save, 5:00pm
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02.15.15, mel, seminole, fl., (5:00pm), Not sure what happened but red truck was stopped at top of bridge in southbound ln on side by water. Police at top and then saw ambulance and fire truck on their way to scene.

02.16.15, Seymour B., st. pete, (02.15.15, 5:00pm, didn't jump, taken away), PD4 stopped jumper, patient was taken to hospital by st. pete fire and rescue, 3 days of observation. Sunstar also responded but were late and driving badly as usual. (i know i could drive an ambulance better than some of these grandpa-like drivers they have.)

02.16.15, Bill E., Riverview, Fl., (02.15.15, 5:00pm), Listened after seeing grid 723s. No marine units dispatched. Heard EMS talking about bringing a patient up using the elevator. Are there elevators in the towers? But it was not a jumper.

any more info is welcome.
02.07.15: jumper, 1:48pm, male, hit water, died, body found same day
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02.07.15, facebook/iontb, Skyway Bridge: Rescue crews arriving to what appears another suicide. Reports of a boat below with victim. Watch for emergency vehicles!
Update 2:15PM: Skyway Bridge: Right lane of I-275 southbound blocked atop the bridge. Numerous emergency vehicles present.
Update 2:20PM: Another unfortunate and tragic suicide from atop the bridge. Hillsborough Co Sheriff's Office to investigate. Body being brought to shore by St. Pete Fire Rescue.

02.07.15, Krista, st. pete, (3:20pm, male, didn't jump, taken away), I took pictures of a guy in the back of a pinellas county sheriff car on the apex of the bridge. There was also a trooper as well as an empty Bradleys AC repair truck stopped at the top. Glad he chose life. Traffic was at a 5mph pace. (not sure what you saw at that time. maybe it was a witness to the jump.)

02.07.15, LB, St Petersburg, (1:48pm, male, hit water, died, body found), Was in my boat on our way away from the Skyway when we saw a truck stop at the top of the bridge and the guy jumped. We watched him summersault all the way to water. Went over to him and he was expired. Called 911 and Coast Guard fire rescue showed up and took him away.

screenshot from the video, "Top 6 Creepiest Websites".

02.07.15, Will, Longwood, FL., (2:00pm), Followed FFs/several police vehicles that all came upon a white van used by a air conditioning company-van was empty and officers/FFs were looking over the side and others were roping off the area with yellow tape.

any more info is welcome. 
02.07.15, Hillsborough Sheriff, DECEASED PERSON, SKYWAY BG, 1405, 1927, 5h22m
01.29.15: opinion article - Ruth: Suicide prevention nets logical addition to Sunshine Skyway.
01.29.15,, Daniel Ruth, Times Columnist,
It is one of the oldest public safety axioms: That if doing X, Y or Z will save but only one life, just one, then whatever the proposal, it is still worth the cost and effort to implement.
But apparently that idealistic notion does not apply when aesthetics take precedence over public safety in making it more difficult for people to take their lives by jumping from the Sunshine Skyway.
Each year approximately eight troubled people leap from the Skyway to their deaths 197 feet below. The roadway ranks No. 4 in the nation for bridge suicides. According to the website, since 1954 when the first span opened, 234 people have used it to kill themselves. So far in 2015 one person has chosen the bridge as their last resort.
These aren't just dispassionate statistics. Chances are, most of us have had our lives touched by the suicide of a friend, family member or co-worker and are left to endlessly wonder what might have been if only the victim had been stopped in time, given a second chance at the life they were about to throw away.
Two years ago federal transportation funding became available to provide money to install bridge safety nets to capture potential suicides. The Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco, currently undergoing a renovation, will now include nets. The George Washington Bridge in Seattle has installed a suicide prevention net. But not the Sunshine Skyway.
Florida Department of Transportation spokeswoman Kristin Carson told the Tampa Bay Times' Rachel Crosby the agency is "watching and assessing" what other states are doing. It's just a silly idea, but wouldn't it be refreshing if other states were looking at what Florida was pro-actively doing to save lives? Just one?
A study done several years ago on suicide prevention netting on the Skyway concluded the webbing might actually cause a suicidal person to bounce back onto the roadway into oncoming traffic. And the same study raised questions a suicide prevention net would detract from the Skyway's elegant architectural design.
But the technology has improved. And after all, if the Golden Gate Bridge, one of the nation's most beautiful and truly iconic spans, can accommodate an antisuicide net, why can't the Sunshine Skyway?
Over the years there have been a small number of suicidal people who, incredibly, have survived the jump off the Skyway. There at least 36 known rare survivors of the jump who sustained massive injuries. Invariably many of these people have noted that almost immediately upon stepping off the bridge the thought occurred to them that what they had just done was a really, really bad idea.
It is true the Sunshine Skyway has six crisis hotline phones along its span. And that's a very good thing.
There is no question the installation of a net might not save every person bound and determined to take their lives. But for others, the safety net holds out the promise that what begins as a really, really bad idea need not be a fatal choice, but rather a rescue from their demons. And isn't that one life vastly more important than aesthetics? (comments follow the article. we don't want to be redundant, repetitive, recurrent, and repeat ourselves, but can someone in charge look at the ESR device and maybe tell us why it's not worth a study? they study the mating habits of snails, yet we can't pony up a couple bucks to stop skyway jumpers? bullshit.)
01.23.15: article - New funding, technology could prompt suicide barrier for Skyway.
01.23.15,, By Rachel Crosby, Times Staff Writer
Each year, an average of eight people fall to their deaths from the Sunshine Skyway bridge, which soars up to 197 feet above Tampa Bay. That statistic makes it the deadliest so-called "suicide bridge" east of the Mississippi River.
Already this year, a person has committed suicide from the bridge.
But what if a barrier — such as a wide net in the belly of the bridge — had been in place?
The nation's deadliest suicide bridge, California's Golden Gate, is preparing to install such a net, thanks to newly available federal funds to pay for suicide barriers.
But no such plans are in the works for the Skyway.
"Are we looking at a netting or barrier system at this time?" said Kristin Carson, a spokeswoman with the Florida Department of Transportation. "We are watching and assessing what other states are doing."
Fifteen years ago, Carson said, a study on installing a Skyway suicide barrier was conducted, and the idea was rejected. Engineers questioned whether a net would fling jumpers back onto the bridge and into traffic, and there were concerns about it ensnaring trash and wildlife. Questions were also raised about how a net or barrier would affect the bridge's iconic appearance.
But technology has advanced, Carson said, so another study would be required to make a decision.
About two years ago, President Obama signed Moving Ahead for Progress in the 21st Century into law. Among its provisions, the transportation initiative made federal funds available for bridge safety nets.
It's the primary source of funding for the Golden Gate's $76 million installation, which will begin this fall and take about two years to complete.
"We consider it absolutely key in making this project move forward," said Dana Fehler, Golden Gate Bridge spokeswoman. About $49 million of the project cost is coming from the federal government, and the rest is being paid by California mental health grants and the bridge district.
"Those within the suicide-prevention field were ecstatic, if not somewhat frustrated that it's taken so long," said William M. Schmitz Jr., American Association of Suicidology president.
"There's just so much evidence to substantiate the fact that these things save lives," he said of suicide barriers.
"The Sunshine bridge is gorgeous. But I think there's ways to make it safer without greatly detracting from the aesthetics."
Fehler acknowledged aesthetics too, adding that the Golden Gate kept the bridge's beauty in mind when planning the barrier.
"If you're driving or a pedestrian or a cyclist, you'll never know it's there," she said. "It's very low profile."
But the Golden Gate is just more than a mile and a half long, compared to the Skyway's nearly 4-mile stretch. The San Francisco bridge also has no notable incline, while the Skyway rises to a crest and comes down again, making the logistics of a barrier different and potentially more costly.
Seattle's George Washington Memorial Bridge, the nation's second-deadliest for suicides, installed an 8-foot suicide-prevention fence in 2011. The $5 million project has reduced suicides, said Seattle police Detective Drew Fowler. But it's not a perfect solution.
"If someone's, really, really, really determined, they can still get over the fence," Fowler said. "It just makes it very difficult."
San Diego's Coronado Bridge ranks third in the U.S. for suicides, but like the Skyway, it does not have physical barriers in place.
The Skyway relies on 15 cameras that scan different parts of the bridge at all times, linking the feed directly to the traffic management center in Tampa.
The cameras were recently upgraded, but fewer highway patrol deputies are available to respond to any trouble they may detect.
Florida Highway Patrol Sgt. Steve Gaskins said officers used to monitor the bridge at all times, but no longer.
"We only miss a couple hours a day, and that's a funding issue," Gaskins said. "The current schedule has been consistent for at least three years."
The Skyway once was on the cutting edge of suicide prevention, installing six crisis phones on the bridge in 1999. Tampa's Crisis Center fields calls from those phones and offers suicide-prevention services.
"Tools like call boxes and suicide barriers serve as a last line of defense, but they are not the most effective deterrent to suicide," said Kenneth Gibson, Crisis Center spokesman. "We encourage anyone who is having thoughts of suicide to talk to someone about their feelings."
Gibson said those seeking confidential help can contact the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline toll-free at 1-800-273-8255.
"The Skyway has been an issue for a long time," Gaskins said. "I'm not aware of any changes right now, whatsoever."
(comments follow the article. we have been touting the ESR device for quite some time now, yet all we hear about are nets and fences. while we feel nothing would please us more than for this site to be rendered obsolete, we do not understand why the ESR is not at least studied. anyone considering suicide is strongly urged to utilize our help page. more information about the golden gate bridge and it's pending net installation can be found here.)  
01.10.15: possible something, 1:54am
01.10.15, Hillsborough Sheriff,  SKYWAY BG, 0154, 0459, 3h05m

any more info is welcome. 
01.02.15: jumper, 8:23am, male, hit water, died, body found same day
Joey Evan Schlosberg, 44
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01.02.15, Tom, St. Petersburg, FL., (8:22am, male), 40ish year old male jumped. Bystanders and SPPD called FD. FD still responding. later: 44 year old male. Tan pants and dress shirt. Fire boat still enroute to body in water.

01.02.15, Dave, Bradenton, Fl., (8:40am), Visual. Empty red Accord at top of bridge. Police looking over edge, but too foggy for visual confirmation.

01.02.15, facebook/iontb, Skyway Bridge: Subject jumped from top of bridge. @stpetepd on scene. Marine units enroute. Drive carefully still foggy on bridge. later: Update 8:45AM. Skyway Bridge: Watch for multiple emergency vehicles atop the NB lanes. Marine units battling fog to locate body of witnessed jumper. 

01.02.15, Bill E., Riverview, (9:25am), HCSO dispatched to skyway, notified by FHP of a jumper. Grid 723s. All typical jumper units dispatched.

01.03.15, unknown, (male, body found), While out boating yesterday we found his body around 3:30

any more info is welcome.
01.02.15,, GRID 723S, MEDICAL, R11, D5, PD1, FB11, USCG, FFWC, E11, T11, MCFD (acronyms) 

01.02.15, Hillsborough Sheriff, MISSING PERSONS - ADULT ENDANGERED, SKYWAY  BG, 0923, 1500, 5h37m
01.02.15, Hillsborough Sheriff, DECEASED PERSON, SKYWAY  BG, 1544, 2345, 8h01m

01.05.15,, Bradenton man jumps from Skyway Bridge, Victim: Joey Schlosberg, DOB: 11/14/1970, [address withheld], Bradenton, Details: On January 2, 2015 at 9:23 am Joey Schlosberg parked his vehicle in the westbound emergency lane of the Sunshine Skyway bridge and then jumped over the side. Hillsborough County Sheriff's Office marine unit recovered the deceased man.  (we believe the sheriff's office has the time off by one hour, as we were getting reports before 9am.)
01.02.15,, St. Pete police confirms Skyway jumper
A St. Petersburg Police Department officer witnessed a person jump from the Sunshine Skyway bridge at 8:23 a.m. Friday, according to St. Petersburg spokesman Mike Puetz.
Puetz said the officer was driving over the bridge when he spotted the individual jumping off the bridge. The person had parked at the top of the bridge.
Witnesses say the jumper was on the northbound side of the bridge. Puetz was unable to say which lanes of the bridge were closed but did confirm that someone jumped from the bridge. The Hillsborough County sheriff's office responded to the scene.
Check back to for more on this developing story.
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Joey Evan Schlosberg  Phoebe Jonchuck
01.02.15, Rory. S., The jumper story about the 44 year old I would appreciate it if you took it down. Its about my uncle. Thanks. (we are sorry for your loss, but why should we remove this post? your uncle did not end his life privately at home. he put on a public horror show that created a massive traffic jam during a foggy morning. it was a newsworthy event lasting several hours, involving perhaps thousands of people using the bridge, and many responders directly involved in his last final act. that's why it was also reported here. did you ask them to remove their report? again, we are truly sorry for your loss.)

01.04.15, donna, tampa, fl., your comment to a grieving family member was wrong. i understand your right to post and the incident may have disrupted some drivers. but think of the family he is leaving behind. i think you should have put yourself in their shoes before responding. his children may google this when they get older is that what you would want them to read. (are we to blame for the sorrow the family now endures? now it's our fault? are we to hold back the truth of his public display of self inflicted death, in order to shield people from the facts? what about the newspaper? should we silence them from ever printing anything that may hurt the feelings of anyone that reads their news? we understand your concerns, but the person you should contact about them has made it impossible for you to do so by his own accord. when his children or anyone else searches for information on the events of that day, they will find them here. anyone that does not want this info, is welcome to stay away from this site. anyone that wishes for their jump news to not be posted on this site, is more than welcome to not jump off the bridge and perhaps find help or at least a more private method to take themselves out.)
01.04.15, donna, tampa, fl., like i said you have a right to report news worthy events along with real reports. but real reports do not use words like horror show. real reporters have compassion for others. obviously he felt he had no other choice. yes we are supposed to have more concern for his family they are the ones left to deal with the grief he left behind. we are human beings. having compassion is one of the things that separates us from animals along with opposable thumbs which u are using to type your garbage. (a real life horror show is exactly what jumpers display to those that witness them slipping over the bridge edge. [read what kim writes below.] it does not get much more real than that. perhaps if real reporters used real life words and real life truth to describe real life events, maybe there would be more trust of real reporters. we animals tried typing our garbage with our thumbs, but found these index finger things to be much more betterer.) yo donna, some guy from jersey wants to say hello:

01.05.15, Jace (that is my real name), NYC, email: NFW, Just want to comment to Donna from Tampa regarding Joey Schlosberg. Will you allow that? I see your comment restrictions. I just wanted to thank her compassionate words for a total stranger. Is that okay? I'm not gonna waste my time or the space allowable to remark regarding your horrendous and uncompassionate remarks. I leave you with only one thought. If this was one of your family members, your child, a brother a sister or even a cousin would you be commenting the same way. I'm an expert at slamming back but I'm not going to stoop to your level. I see its a one way street on this site anyway. (why wouldn't we allow your comment? apparently you found our hidden comment restrictions. they are so well hidden, even we can't find what doesn't exist. your opinions have been duly noted and added to our massive 'do not care' list. mind you, we did lose a cousin to a bridge jump. in his case, an oncoming semi-truck broke his fall. he took himself out, to hell with the family. we chat it up elsewhere on this site, but we are dead certain you will spend zero time looking or caring. you are free to waste as much jacetime as you want. it's early in the year and we have ample space for you to bloviate to your heart's content. if you write enough of your higher level slammery, we'll give you your very own jacepage, because that's what new friends do for each other. you can even post some soothing and politically correct 'hallmark card' worthy compassion while you're at it. don't be shy. say what you want to say. come on, expert, show us what you gots. not sure why you simply dream up our non-existent rules, but this has been a two-way street since 1998, so get to stoopin'.)

01.06.15, Blair, Trout Creek, Canada - Rory, Donna: People who are listed here on this site made the decision themselves (with exception of one man who was forced at gunpoint in 1981) to end their life jumping from either the existing or previous Skyway Bridge, including Joey Schlosberg. This was the place they chose to spend the last minutes of their lives.
Instead of getting angry and lambasting Phil for an unbiased listing of the event here, it could instead be a lasting, permanent memorial to the person from various family members. I have seen this done for some of the jumper entries, and I believe it is in good taste, and it also acknowledges the concern of "what will kids think when they look at this years from now to read about an aunt, uncle or parent who ended their life at the SSB". Will they see a bunch of hating people with bitter comments on the entry, or instead read about family members stating how great the person was, and how much they will be missed?
Maybe the most important lasting legacy for the people who have jumped from the SSB and died, is it could possibly prevent even one other person from doing the same if they visit this site and realize how much surviving friends and family are hurt by someone's decision to jump. (thanks for the kind words. many do come here to offer their own kind words about the person in their life that did indeed jump from the bridge, instead of ranting about this site, condemning those that run it, insisting we censor the event, and generally filling their loved one's site entry with hate and ugliness. we live in a world where political correctness rules the day. these hypocrites often get into a fierce, politically incorrect mode, in order to force others into a politically correct mode of thinking. people will go to battle because they do not agree with your opinions, by lashing out with hate, vitriol, and usually name calling. the hypocrisy is both incredulous and hilarious. for example.)

01.06.15, Kim, Port Charlotte, FL., This is in reply to "Donna". I happened to be driving on the bridge at the exact moment Joey jumped. We saw his car door hanging wide open for the next driver on that foggy day to run into and cause maybe another fatality. Watching him jump has deeply traumatized me, so I can relate to the "horror" description used. So unless you have ever witnessed someone committing suicide, do not judge how someone reports the story. (thanks, kim. we hope you cope with what you were dealt. that had to be very surreal.)

we 'tweet': 01.02.15: man jumps off the skyway. perhaps not a happy new year after all.
a response:
01.11.15: @skywayjumpers you can go f**k yourself. that man was related to me you piece of shit. you don't deserve to life after a comment like that.
we reply: 01.14.15: thanks for your continued support.
(then for some reason, we were blocked. sad face emoticon.)

05.12.15, raeann p., he was my brother, I loved him very much, but he had a lot of problems, he will be missed! (we are sorry for your loss.)

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