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SHOTLIST:KGO Mandatory Courtesy, Embargo San FranciscoOakland, Calif - Nov. 24, 2013"USAGE OF THIS VIDEO IS LIMITED TO THE LESSER OF THE PERIOD OF THE DISPLAY RIGHTS IN YOUR CONTRACT WITH AP OR 60 DAYS"1. Mid police investigating deck2. Wide police on deck investigating3. Pan of Raiders football field at the O.co Coliseum, commonly referred to as Oakland Coliseum4. SOUNDBITE (English) No Name Given "It happened, seconds."5. Wide of stadium tiers6. SOUNDBITE (English) No Name Given"She puts one leg over the railing and then I saw my buddy and me started saying don't jump.When she put the second leg over I said she's gonna jump."7. Wide stadium as man walks up steps8. Wide stadium's upper decks9.Mid people leaving exiting stadium decks10.SOUNDBITE (English) Sgt J.D. Nelson, Alameda County Sheriff's Dep't"He saved her life, quite honestly, at his own expense. He got very seriously hurt himself but he absolutely saved her life."9. SOUNDBITE (English) No Name Given"The guy in my opinion was a hero."10. Pan from Oakland's Highland Hospital sign to hospital exterior11. Mid of hospital doors closingKGO Mandatory Courtesy, Embargo San FranciscoOakland, Calif - Recent12. Wide of Oakland Raiders sign at ColiseumKGO Mandatory Courtesy, Embargo San FranciscoOakland, Calif - Nov. 24, 201313. Mid police officer patrols upper deckVOICE-OVER SCRIPT:POLICE WALK THROUGH OAKLAND COLISEUM... AFTER A WOMAN JUMPED FROM THIS CLOSED-OFF DECK.IT HAPPENED MINUTES AFTER THE OAKLAND RAIDERS LOST TO THE TENNESSEE TITANS ON SUNDAY...FOOTBALL FANS EXITING THE COLISEUM SAY THEY WITNESSED HER FALL.SOUNDBITE: No Name Given: : "It happened, seconds."THOSE WATCHING FROM BELOW WARNED HER NOT TO LEAP...SOUNDBITE: No Name Given:"She puts one leg over the railing and then I saw my buddy and me started saying don't jump.When she put the second leg over I said she's gonna jump."BUT A MAN STANDING BELOW... WHO IS NOW BEING HAILED AS A GOOD SAMARITAN ... BROKE HER FALL.POLICE SAY IF HE HADN'T INTERVENED, SHE WOULD NOT HAVE SURVIVED THE NEARLY 45 FOOT PLUNGE.SOUNDBITE: JD Nelson, Alameda County Sheriff's Dep't: "He saved her life, quite honestly, at his own expense. He got very seriously hurt himself but he absolutely saved her life."Sot 4: MOS: "The guy in my opinion was a hero."BOTH WERE TAKEN TO THE HOSPITAL.THE WOMAN WAS CRITICALLY HURT. A LOCAL TV STATION REPORTS THE GOOD SAMARITAN WAS A 61-YEAR OLD MAN WHO'D SERVED AS A MARINE - AND WAS A SEASON TICKET HOLDER.