New Yorker jumps to save subway rider – and get to work on time
A New York grocery clerk, fearing he might be late for work, jumped onto city subway tracks to haul an injured passenger to safety after he fainted, authorities said.
The victim was taken to a local hospital after his rescue on Sunday by Carlos Flores, who said he leaped to save the man so he would not be late for work.
A Metropolitan Transportation Authority spokeswoman said the incident, while heroic, was dangerous.
“We do not recommend that people jump down to the roadbed,” spokeswoman Deirdre Parker said on Monday.
This dude is entirely too honest.