Body of second brother in Martha’s Vineyard tragedy found
Tavaughn Bulgin

The body of the second of two brothers from Jamaica who went missing after jumping into the water from a Massachusetts bridge has been found.

Police said the body of Tavaughn Bulgin, 21, was found by a fisherman around 11:30 am Thursday on the pond side of the bridge in a marshy area, according to media reports.

Tavaughn Bulgin was among four people, including his 26 –year-old brother Tavaris Bulgin, who jumped from the so-called Jaws Bridge on Martha's Vineyard on Sunday night.

Tavaris was found dead Monday morning. The two others were not hurt.

The brothers’ parents, Reverend Keith Bulgin and his wife Jacqueline, have jetted off to the United States to claim the bodies of their sons.

The brothers were seasonal workers at a restaurant on the resort island.

The bridge that links the towns of Oak Bluffs and Edgartown is officially the American Legion Memorial Bridge. It's common to see people jumping from the bridge even though there are signs up saying that such activity is prohibited.

The investigation is ongoing and no foul play is suspected, the district attorney's office said.

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