SUBWAY SURFERS: Subway Heroes Join Forces To Rescue A Man From The Tracks

By | On June 12, 2016


A trio of straphangers are being hailed as heroes after they were caught on camera pulling an unconscious man from the train tracks at the City Hall station — just minutes before a train came barelling through.

Cellphone video acquired by Gothamist and WABC shows the three good Samaritans rescued the victim, a man in his 50s, moments after he teetered onto the tracks about 2:30 p.m. Friday.
“Without hesitation, three men jumped on the subway tracks and pulled him out,” Sumeja Tulic, a student at CUNY Journalism School told Gothamist. “The man was unconscious and bleeding.”

One of the men picked up the victim’s belongings and put them on the platform while the other two lifted him from the tracks onto the platform, the video shows.

A group of men standing by the platform’s edge helped pull the unconscious man up, then helped the brave good Samaritans back onto the platform .

About two minutes later, an R train arrived at the station, witnesses said.
The victim slowly regained conscious and was taken to an area hospital, where he was listed in serious but stable condition, an FDNY spokesman said.

His rescuers were not injured.
The MTA does not recommend people jump down onto the tracks to aid a fallen straphanger. Rather, they recommend that commuters run to the end of the platform and signal to the train operator that someone is on the tracks.

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