Which is, by the way, the bridge with the most (known) suicides in the entire world, despite being only 80 or so years old. 1200 known, probably thousands of others washed out into the Pacific with the ebb tide or eaten by sharks or dying of hypothermia. Only 26 survivors.
So blame it on the bridge?
I remember the guy that held up rush hour traffic on the Wilson Bridge for hours once before finally jumping off into the mud flat below, an unsucessful attempt. I'm sure a lot of drivers would have been happy to push.