Feb. 2- After hearing two Seattle Seahawks fans had their Super Bowl tickets stolen, NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell hand delivers them tickets to the big game. Sarah Irwin reports.
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Two unlucky Seattle Seahawks fans win the hearts of New Yorkers - after appearing on the local CBS news.
Nicole Hill and Sarah Agerup spoke about how their wallet was stolen - with their Super Bowl tickets inside.
Lucky for them, National Football League Commissioner Roger Goodell saw the story.
SOUNDBITE: National Football League Commissioner Roger Goodell
"I happened to be watching about 5:50 last night, your broadcast and the weather report from here. I saw the two girls and they said they lost their tickets. I called our guys I said, make sure you get something over to them."
After officials verified their story - Goodell delivered the tickets himself...
SOUNDBITE: Nicole Hill, Seattle Seahawks fan
"Can I hug you? Of course you can! I'm so happy for you!"
"Thank you and you're amazing!"
Even more amazing - Sarah - thinks her parents had a hand in her turn of luck - They had met at a Seahawks game - and were killed four years ago by a drunk driver.
SOUNDBITE: Sarah Agerup, Seattle Seahawks fan
"I think he helped with this, this is great. I think he's pretty excited."
Now it's all smiles as these fans head off to see the Seahawks face the Denver Broncos.
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