The controversial suicide barrier, which has ruined once-spectacular views of and from the historic Cold Springs Arch Bridge, has reportedly been foiled again. The so-called suicide prevention barrier proved to be ineffective just six months after completion when a 30-year-old man allegedly foiled the multi-million dollar cage and jumped to his death last September. Now comes reports that a second man, identified as Gilbert Hererra from Santa Barbara, scaled the 9’7” tall mesh fence and jumped to his death this holiday weekend. The tragic suicide marks the 56th time a person has jumped to his/her death since the bridge opened in in 1964. The barrier was completed in March, 2012.