Authorities have pulled a man from the Charles River after he jumped from a footbridge on Tuesday morning.

Around 7 a.m., the man allegedly jumped from the Weeks Footbridge in Cambridge, a witness told WCVB.

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State police said that a search was commenced when the man did not resurface, WCVB added.

Cambridge firefighters, a marine unit and divers were all part of the rescue effort near Harvard University, Boston.com stated.

The recovered man was taken to Mount Auburn Hospital shortly before 8:30 a.m., according to Boston.com.

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There was no word about his condition after being recovered, WCVB stated.