A Maryland woman is dead after a 12-year-old boy jumped from an overpass in Virginia, in an alleged attempt to end his own life.
The statement says the front-seat passenger steered the vehicle off the interstate and the auto came to a stop on the left shoulder. The boy, whose identity was not revealed, is being treated for life-threatening injuries.
Harris was a graduate student Marymount University in Arlington, Virginia, where she studied clinical counseling, according to her mother. She'd recently returned from a trip to Budapest as part of a college course.More news: New 'Spider-Man' PlayStation 4 Trailer Digs into the Game's Story
The Virginia State Police's spokeswoman, Corinne Geller told that Marisa was killed with an impact of the fall. The front-seat passenger-her boyfriend-wasn't injured.
Police are investigating the incident as an attempted suicide.
"She was fearless; she was absolutely fearless", he said, according to the Washington Post.More news: Billionaire wealth returns to growth
The mother of Harris told WUSA-TV that her daughter's death was "ironic" given that the boy who jumped from the overpass is likely one of the children that Harris was training to be able to help. She previously graduated summa cum laude from Towson University. She had an affinity for the outdoors and loved hiking, he said.
Police said a male individual had been a pedestrian on Cedar Lane and then landed on a vehicle traveling east on I-66.More news: Hasan, Malik star as Pakistan cruise to victory over Sri Lanka
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