New York: Man rescued seconds before incoming train

By November 29, 2022News, World News

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Bodycam footage from New York City Police Department shows the moment a man is rescued from subway tracks in Harlem by police officers, moments before a train pulls into the station.
When officers arrived, a bystander was already trying to help him.
The two officers and the member of the public lifted the man onto the platform, before hoisting themselves to safety.
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