College Student Prevents Young Women’s Suicide Jump Into Mississippi River

Helping a stranger in a life and death situation is the ultimate act of kindness. It’s the work of a true hero. Such is the case of a 19 year old college student who saved the life of a total stranger over Easter weekend.

Thomas Stolee -Photo from twincities.com

Thomas Stolee was out for a morning jog when he came upon a distressed 24 year old woman. She was standing on the railing ready to jump from a bridge near UMN University. Stolee began a conversation with the woman over the next 20-25 minutes. Eventually Stolee saw an opening and was able to pull the woman to safety.

It’s people like Stolee who make the world a better place. Stolee had no need to help this stranger. But he did. He made it his duty to help someone in dire need. A true hero.

For more information please visit our source, twincities.com. If you or anyone you know is thinking about committing suicide please seek help. No matter how hard it is, there is always a way out. The Nation Suicide Prevention Lifeline 1(800) 273.8255 is available 24 hours a day, 7 days for you. Or visit them online at www.suicidepreventionlifeline.org/

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