PRINCE GEORGE'S COUNTY, Md. (ABC7) — A boater helped pull a female victim from the water after witnesses say she jumped from the Woodrow Wilson Bridge Saturday morning, according to authorities.
The Prince George's County Fire Departments says that they responded to the scene along with the D.C., Fairfax County and Alexandria Fire Departments as well as Prince George's County and Maryland State Police.
Fire officials say they found the female victim trying to stay afloat and swim to shore. The civilian boater was able to pull her from the water and get her to the Virginia side of the Potomac River with the help of a public safety boat, officials say.
Fire officials say the victim was brought ashore to be taken to the hospital but authorities have not released her condition at this time.