Woman jumps off 60-foot ledge at Raiders game, lands on fan

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A woman is in critical condition after jumping from the third floor of the O.co Coliseum.

A woman in her 20's jumped from the third floor of the O.co Coliseum on Sunday during the Week 12 matchup between the Titans and the Raiders in Oakland. A man tried to catch the woman, who investigators believe jumped on purpose, and was also injured in the incident, according to the San Francisco Chronicle. The woman jumped from section 301, which is closed off to fans during games, per the Chronicle.

The woman is in critical condition on Sunday, while the man who tried to catch her is considered stable. Investigators say that fellow fans tried to talk the woman out of jumping. The incident happened toward the end of the Raiders' loss to the Titans. The game was not impacted by the ordeal and continued as scheduled without any recognition of the event.

The incident comes just a week after a man fell from an upper balcony at Ralph Wilson Stadium during the Bills' Week 11 win over the Jets.

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