UPDATE (11:41 a.m., Oct. 22, 2012): Hudson Police Chief Marty Jensen said it was possible that the "jumper" didn't jump into the water. The witnesses who reported the Sunday night incident said the person was 15-30 feet from the east end of the bridge, which is not directly over water, Jensen said.
Personnel from St. Croix EMS, Rescue and Dive Team, Hudson Fire Department, the Washington County Sheriff’s Office and the St. Croix County Sheriff's Office assisted at the scene, according to Jensen.
According to the police report the dive team terminated operations at 11:32 p.m. and all Hudson Police units cleared at 11:45 pm.
ORIGINAL POST: Hudson Police officers and rescue personnel from Hudson Fire, St. Croix EMS and other agencies responded to a call of a possible suicide jumper on Interstate 94 over the St. Croix River late Sunday night.
The call came from a passing motorist shortly before 10 p.m. who reported seeing something on the south side of the bridge on the Wisconsin side.
No fatalities, injuries or missing persons have been reported, no one has been taken into custody, and the investigation is ongoing, according to local law enforcement officials.
This post will be updated when more information is available.