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Heart-stopping moment NYPD cops race to rescue man who fell on subway tracks in Manhattan


Heart-stopping moment NYPD cops race to rescue man who fell on subway tracks in Manhattan – and lift him to safety as train speeds into station

  • A video shows the heroism of New York City police officers as they save a man who fell onto the tracks just before a train was due in a subway station 
  • The incident took place Thursday afternoon at the station on 116th Street and Lexington Avenue in East Harlem 
  • Police were alerted by straphangers that a 40-year-old man had fallen onto a northbound 6 train line 
  • Bodycam footage shows two cops – only identified as Officers Victor and Bokth – as they run to the northbound entrance
  • They then were able to grab the unidentified man by his arms and legs and bring him onto the platform with what the NYPD said was ‘seconds to spare’ 

Written by Bourbiza Mohamed

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