Emergency crews respond to a person injured after a long fall from the Washington Street bridge onto Route 41 on the border of Gurnee and Park City. | Photo: Kyle Spriegel

A man was hospitalized with serious injuries after a bystander reported he jumped from a bridge onto Route 41 in Gurnee Monday afternoon.

The Gurnee Police Department, Park City Police Department and Gurnee Fire Department responded around 1:30 p.m. Monday to Route 41 under Washington Street on the border of Gurnee and Park City.

A caller reported seeing a man jump off the Washington Street bridge onto Route 41, according to fire radio traffic.

Emergency crews arrived and found the man in the northbound lanes of Route 41.

Emergency crews respond to a person injured after a long fall from the Washington Street bridge onto Route 41 on the border of Gurnee and Park City. | Photo: Kyle Spriegel

The man had traumatic injuries to his head and lower extremities, but he was breathing on his own, Gurnee Fire Department Battalion Chief James Pellitteri said.

A fire engine, ambulance and the fire shift commander responded to the call.

Paramedics treated the man and transported him to Advocate Condell Medical Center, Pellitteri said. His condition was not immediately known.

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Pellitteri could not confirm whether the man intentionally jumped or accidentally fell.

The Gurnee Police Department has not returned multiple requests for comment on the incident.