Suicide suspected after man plummets from San Dimas freeway overcrossing

SAN DIMAS –California Highway Patrol officers closed two lanes and an offramp of the westbound 10 Freeway in San Dimas early Sunday as they investigated the apparent suicide of man believed to have jumped from the 57 Freeway overcrossing above, officials said.
Witnesses reported seeing the man plummet from the southbound 57 Freeway about 7 a.m., CHP Officer Monica Posada said.
He landed on the right shoulder of the westbound 10 Freeway, she said. The man was pronounced dead at the scene.
The two right lanes of the freeway, as well as the Kellogg Drive offramp, were shut down for several hours due to the investigation.

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