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Two New York City police department sprang into action to save the life of a teenage girl on Monday after the troubled 19-year-old, and hold a shotgun to his chin.

The officers seized the weapon and the teen was able to see the damage for yourself. The gun went off in the struggle, but no one was hit, and The New York Daily News reported. The unidentified teen’s mother alerted police that her son, who was at the stairs of their Manhattan building with a gun.

3RD SUSPECTED SUICIDE IN LESS THAN 2 WEEKS BEFORE THE NEW YORK POLICE DEPARTMENT

“This is not a loaded gun, which is a courageous police took the area from a frustrated individual who had it pressed against his cheek,” NYPD chief of Department, Terence Monahan, wrote in a tweet about the incident. “@NYPD34PCT officials were aware of the danger, hesitated for a moment and save a life. Well, it is done.”

The teen was charged with reckless endangerment and criminal weapon possession, The Daily News reported.

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For assistance, please call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-TALK (8255).

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