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Shocking footage of Buffalo fan fall

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ORCHARD PARK, NY (AP)

UPDATE: (Monday, 6:30 a.m. ET): After news broke Sunday that a fan at Ralph Wilson Stadium in Buffalo fell from the third deck and onto another fan at the Bills' game against the Jets, several viewers realized that CBS cameras inadvertently captured the fall during its live broadcast.

Here is an online post of that footage, zoomed in.

Warning: Some users may find this video disturbing.

 


 

Two men have been taken to a Buffalo hospital after one fell from the third deck of Ralph Wilson Stadium and landed on the other during the Bills' game against the New York Jets.

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According to a Rural Metro ambulance service report, the man who was hit by the falling man sustained a head injury. The man who fell sustained a shoulder injury, which was not considered life-threatening.

Rural Metro could not reveal the names of the two men or release any further details.

The accident occurred during the second quarter of Buffalo's 37-14 win.

In confirming the accident, the Bills said both men were treated immediately and taken to a hospital for observation.

The Erie County Sheriffs said a report on the accident wouldn't be available until Monday.

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