Two Men Who Jumped from Martha’s Vineyard “Jaws” Bridge — One Dead and One Missing — Identified as Brothers and Sons of a Pastor from Jamaica

Tavaris and Tavaughn Bulgin, from Jamaica, jumped from a famous Martha’s Vineyard bridge, leaving one of the brothers dead and the other missing. (Facebook / Omar George)

The two men who went missing after jumping off a well-known Martha’s Vineyard bridge featured in the horror classic “Jaws” have been identified as two brothers from Jamaica working seasonal jobs in the area.

One of the siblings, 26-year-old Tavaris Bulgin, was found dead early Monday, the Cape and Islands district attorney said.

The search for the victim’s 21-year-old brother, Tavaughn Bulgin, was suspended Tuesday afternoon because of dangerous weather conditions, officials said. He had not been located as of Wednesday.

The Bulgin siblings — the sons of a pastor from Jamaica — were among four people who leaped from the so-called Jaws Bridge into 15 feet of water on Sunday night, the prosecutor’s office said.

Two of the jumpers made it out of the water safely, but the Bulgins began to struggle in the strong current and were unable to reach the shore.

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SOURCE: New York Post, Snejana Farberov