In my efforts to sound like a news reporter, I've written this: To set up this scene, Robert has just rescued a woman from Glenwood Canyon. Out of concern, he's in the hospital emergency waiting room when he hears his name on the television screen. At the sound of his name, he looked toward the far corner of the room. On the television screen, bolted to the top of the wall, the six o'clock news anchor announced the woman's suicide attempt. “. . . Robert Aaron Jaeger rushed to a woman's aid today. It is believed that she attempted suicide by falling into Glenwood Canyon. It happened at approximately eleven a.m. Thanks to the quick thinking of Mr. Jaeger, she's alive but in critical condition. Police say Mr. Jaeger was about to water raft through the canyon when he noticed the woman standing in the river. Police say Mr. Jaeger tried talking her out of it, but Mr. Jaeger claims she just looked at him then fell in. The woman is unidentified at this time. As many of you know, Mr. Jaeger owns RJ Enterprises, an aeronautical engineering firm in Seattle, Washington. He's not only known for his ability to build the United States' best planes, but he's also been a big contributor to numerous charities for years. We'll provide more updates to this story as they develop. In more news today, . . .” Robert turned away from the newscast and started to take another walk, but changed his mind. A physician, two police officers, and a woman had gathered . . .