First responders rushed to the Hudson River in the Hudson Valley.

On Tuesday, New York State Police from Troop K rushed to the Kingston-Rhinecliff Bridge following reports of a man who jumped from the bridge

New York State Police Respond To Jumper At The Kingston Rhinecliff Bridge

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On Thursday, New York State Police confirmed an investigation after a Dutchess County man jumped from the Kingston-Rhinecliff Bridge.

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New York State Police responded to the Kingston-Rhinecliff Bridge for a report that a person jumped off the bridge at approximately 11:30 a.m. on Tuesday.

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New York State Police identified the deceased as 25-year-old Alex J. Brailey of Milan, New York.

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"There are no signs of foul play at this time," New York State Police stated in a press release.

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The Ulster County Medical Examiner’s Office also responded to the scene to assist with the investigation. The Greene County Sheriff's Office assisted in the search of the Hudson River.

If you are dealing with a severe life crisis call the Suicide & Crisis Lifeline at 988 or text "Got5" to 741-741.

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