NEW YORK — A woman who jumped into the Hudson River and two men who tried to rescue her have been pulled from the water by New York City rescue workers.
All three were in stable condition at Hoboken University Hospital after they were rescued Saturday afternoon.
The New York City Police Department says its Harbor Unit responded to a call for assistance from the Hoboken Police Department at about 4 p.m. Saturday.
A police unit known as Harbor Charlie and a New York Fire Department marine unit spotted the 38-year-old woman and two men who jumped in after her to help. The police unit pulled all three from the water as they clung to a rope attached to Pier C near Sinatra Park in the center of the square-mile New Jersey city.