A security guard spotted a man balancing precariously on a beam on the wrong side of the bridge’s barbed wire fence.
That man was Dan Price, then a 29-year-old associate director of an international property firm, who was minutes away from taking his own life.
Dozens of emergency services, including police negotiators, swarmed the bridge, bringing peak hour traffic to a crawl.
But it came down to Constable Trevitt, a general duties officer with just two years’ experience on the beat, to convince Mr Price that life was worth living.
That moment — captured by Sunday Telegraph photographer Jeff Herbert, who just happened to be driving past on his way to work — marked the start of a unique friendship between those two men, who have shared their extraordinary story in a bid to raise awareness about suicide prevention and mental health.
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