Officers stop man from jumping off overpass onto I-95

Officers in Norwalk are being called heroes after saving a man's life on Sunday.
Authorities say that around 10:40 p.m., officers arrived above I-95 on the East Avenue overpass.
Arriving officers found a man on the highway side of a safety fence over I-95. They quickly grabbed the male and pinned him to the fence.
Two officers then climbed to the top of the fence and grabbed the man's arms and torso. In a tweet, police say “at this time both officers were in a precarious position while attempting to pull the resistive man back over the fence. Officers were able to leverage the man and pull him to safety.”
At the end, they were able to save the distraught man and bring him to the hospital for evaluation.