The scene at 12:42 p.m. Wednesday under the 41st Street bridge over southbound I-5 in Everett, where a person reportedly jumped into freeway traffic. (Washington State Department of Transportation)

The scene at 12:42 p.m. Wednesday under the 41st Street bridge over southbound I-5 in Everett, where a person reportedly jumped into freeway traffic. (Washington State Department of Transportation)

Man jumps off 41st Street bridge onto southbound I-5

It was unclear if he was hit by a vehicle. Witnesses reported that he was breathing.

EVERETT — A man reportedly jumped off of the 41st Street overpass Wednesday, a little after 12:30 p.m., and landed in the middle of southbound I-5, according to the Washington State Patrol.

It was unclear if he was hit by a vehicle. Witnesses reported that he was breathing, trooper Heather Axtman said.

The incident briefly blocked the three center lanes of traffic.

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