Watch Police Officers Stop Suicidal Man From Jumping Off Bridge

A suicidal man from Georgia was saved from certain death by a two local police officers who stopped him from jumping off the nearly 200-foot tall Talmadge Memorial Bridge in downtown Savannah.

The heroic efforts of Savannah-Chatmah police officers Matthew Good and Kevin Toliver were documented on body cam footage on Wednesday morning, when a 22-year-old man was discovered teetering on the edge of the bridge.

Friends of the suicidal young man frantically informed police officers that he was planning to jump. They offered their help to the two cops in order to create a bond of trust that allowed the officers to pull the man to safety.

A short clip shows the moment when one of the cops lunges toward the potential victim and grabs him by the shirt, pulling him off the precipice of the bridge on toward safety. The entire ordeal only lasted about 15 minutes.

The emotionally distressed man was taken to a nearby hospital for treatment.