Decades ago, the folks who run the Chesapeake Bay
Bridge Tunnel (which is one hell of an offshore
excursion) got tired of responding to parked cars, several miles out on the complex, where the driver had a panic attack and simply stopped the car. So they started a free program, you can simply ASK at either end, and they'll have a driver take you, in your car, across to the other end and dry land again.
There's a fairly high old bridge over the Hudson
in NY that must be barely 1/4 mile long, that has the same type of program for the same reason.
And NYC's Whitestone bridge, over LI Sound, was originally built so openly that it swayed in high winds and people panicked. There's a boxy set of reinforcing beams bolted onto the bridge railings now, most people have no idea they are not original. Before the last budget
crisis, there was actually a plan under way to have them removed and have the original work restored, with some "aerodynamics" hiding under the bridge instead to stop the swaying.
Panic attacks in high places, wide public places, crowded places, nothing unusual there. Most of them have greek and roman names, because they go back so far, so commonly.
You know what they call people who have no fear of anything
? "Dead". Sooner or later, something's gonna get you.