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Heroic man saves person from NYC subway tracks as train approaches

A man heroically saved a person who had fallen onto the New York City subway tracks.

Twenty-nine-year-old Jonathan Kulig was taking the L train to work in Manhattan on April 3. He got off at his usual stop at Third Avenue.

Suddenly, Kulig saw a flash from the corner of his eye. He realized a person had fallen onto the tracks.

The arrival board showed that a train was two minutes away. With no hesitation, Kulig jumped down and rescued the man.

Luckily, he had just taken a course on subway safety. Both of them emerged unharmed.

 
 
 
 
 

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