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With 1,000 people watching her on Periscope, The New York Times reports that “at p.m. the woman threw herself under a train at the Égly station, about 25 miles south of Paris, on the C line of the regional train system known as the R. R.” You can watch the video above, saved from her Periscope live-stream.

The suicide portion begins at around the 6-minute mark, however there is no video for when she jumps in front of the train and the audio sounds static.

According to the BBC, during this time the woman discusses in French about how she is going to make a video to “send a message” and warned her younger viewers not to watch.

The Washington Post reports that the woman alleges that her ex-boyfriend, whom she names, had abused and raped her.

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In "Flashbacks," Safer wrote that he lay awake in bed all night with a loaded 9mm pistol -- the only time in Vietnam he carried a weapon.

11 after Officer Bron Cruz responded to reports of an armed man in the area.

Police said Cruz approached Taylor and two of his friends because they matched the description he was given.

It made Safer's career, yet put his life in danger, and it ultimately changed how war is covered in America.

In 1965, Safer was a young foreign correspondent for CBS News, bringing stories of the Vietnam War into America's living rooms. Marines torching thatched huts -- using flamethrowers, Zippo lighters, and matches -- as villagers stumbled from their homes in shock."The Marines went on a search-and-destroy mission, but it really was a destroy mission," Safer told Ann Silvio of 60 Minutes Overtime in the video player above.