Humber Bridge in gruesome list of world's popular suicide spots
The Humber Bridge features in the gruesome "10 Most Popular Suicide Spots on Earth".
According to the website, the World Health Organisation states there are over one million successful suicides every year – one every 40 seconds.
But, ironically, it says, these desperate acts are often carried out in some of the most beautiful locations in the world.
At number 10 is San Diego-Coronado Bridge at San Diego Bay, California, with the Humber Bridge at number 9, with an average of seven suicide jumps a year.
The website - www.bestschoolcounselingdegrees.com - states: "Between 1981 (when the bridge opened) and 2007, roughly 200 people fatally hurled themselves into the chilly waters below."
But it also states that five people have survived the 98ft drop.
Others on the list include Tampa Bay in Florida, Melbourne, Australia, Beachy Head in Sussex, Niagara Falls, the Nanjing Yangtze River Bridge in China, and the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco.