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SHOTLIST:

SOURCE - NEW YORK POLICE DEPARTMENT HANDOUT - COURTESY NEW YORK POLICE DEPT

Location - Date: New York/December 27, 2012

1. Surveillance video Wide Woman running down street

2. Shot repeats, slow-motion

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SOURCE: WABC

COURTESY WABC-TV

Location/Date: New York/December 27

3. SOUNDBITE: JIOVANNI BRIONES/RESTAURANT OWNER

(transcript below)

4. W/S Elevated train tracks, stopped subway train

5. Mid. Subway station entrance

6. Mid. Police cars, sirens

7.

Wide. Police cars in front of Subway station

8.SOUNDBITE: JAMES CALLANAN/SUBWAY RIDER(Transcript Below)

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SOURCE: NEW YORK POLICE DEPT. - COURTESY NEW YORK POLICE DEPT

Location - Date: New York - December 27, 2012

9. Surveillance video W/S Woman running down street

10. Shot repeats, slow-motion

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SOURCE: WABC

COURTESY WABC-TV

Location/Date: New York/December 27

11. Wide. Police vehice, sirens

12. Mid. Police officer.

13. Wide. Police officers

VOICE-OVER SCRIPT:

NEW YORK POLICE ARE SEARCHING FOR A WOMAN WHO WAS SEEN FLEEING A SUBWAY STATION, AFTER A MAN WAS PUSHED TO HIS DEATH IN FRONT OF A SUBWAY TRAIN.

NEW YORK POLICE DEPARTMENT CAMERAS CAPTURED THE WOMAN QUICKLY LEAVING THE AREA.

SOUNDBITE: JIOVANNI BRIONES/RESTAURANT OWNER

"they say that they pushed somebody to the tracks."

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POLICE SAY THE MAN WAS STANDING ON AN ELEVATED SEVEN-TRAIN PLATFORM IN QUEENS THURSDAY EVENING, WHEN THE WOMAN SUDDENLY SHOVED HIM IN FRONT OF THE TRAIN, WHICH STRUCK AND KILLED HIM.

TRAIN SERVICE WAS SUSPENDED WHILE POLICE INVESTIGATED.

SOUNDBITE: JAMES CALLANAN/SUBWAY RIDER

"they said that this is the last stop on the seven train, debris fell on the tracks, that's all they were telling people."

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THE SUSPECT IS DESCRIBED AS AN HISPANIC FEMALE IN HER 20'S, ABOUT FIVE-FOOT-FIVE, WEARING NIKE SNEAKERS AND A SKI JACKET.

A 58-YEAR-OLD MAN WAS KILLED IN NEW YORK CITY EARLIER THIS MONTH, WHEN ANOTHER MAN PUSHED HIM ONTO THE TRACKS IN FRONT OF AN ONCOMING TRAIN.

CARLOTTA BRADLEY, THE ASSOCIATED PRESS.

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