Early in the morning of Jan. 8 a Pennsylvania man, name unknown and age 22, dramatically attempted to take his own life twice, but failed. He was found by state police and medical crews badly injured at his place of employment. Authorities were unsure where they would find him, as his first attempt on his life came when he leaped from a moving car that was driving him to work.
Witnesses saw the man rolling on the ground, but quickly picked himself up and jumped over a guard rail, disappearing from sight. Approximately a half-an-hour later the man threw himself in front of a moving tractor-trailer in the borough of Canonsburg. The multi-ton vehicle attempted to avoid the suicidal man, but contact was made. The man was hit so hard that he was knocked out of his shoes, but again he rose from the ground. He calmly walked over to his shoes, put them back on and, according to dailymail.co.uk, slid down a hillside by the road and continued on his way to work where he was found.
The man was taken to a local hospital and then was airlifted to a hospital in Pittsburgh where he was to receive emergency treatment. No information is available about the man's condition, and police have no knowledge why he attempted to kill himself.
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