The San Diego Comic-Con is famous for its costumed superheroes, but some real life heroes saved a suicidal woman's life over the weekend.
Three 'Kick Ass 2' stuntmen saw the unidentified woman standing outside the balcony of an apartment building on the 14th floor.
Amos Carver, Gregg Sergeant and Scot Schecter were on the other side of the street setting up for a "Kick-Ass 2" private party when they saw the woman.
The men ran across traffic, climbed a fence and found the apartment where the woman was preparing to jump from. Fortunately, the door to the apartment was unlocked.
“We went through the apartment trying to be as quiet as possible. We didn’t want to alert her that we were there,” Carver told ABC News.
“She just kept saying ‘I’m so sorry, I’m so sorry’ over and over again. She was very distraught. We’re trained to deal with these situations should they arise, but usually if we do, it’s not an innocent civilian.”
Onlookers originally thought the suicide attempt was some sort of promotional event, which are common at and near the Comic-Con, which is held at the San Diego Convention Center.
The woman was reportedly drunk and upset about a break up.
Source: ABC News