A brave good Samaritan leapt onto the L train tracks on Saturday to save a man who was lying on the trackbed. The rescue took place at the Third Avenue L train station in Manhattan and was captured on video. In the clip, the good Samaritan jumps down from the platform and lifts the dazed, limp man up from the trackbed to safety.

The rescuer, who CBS identified as Jonathan Kulig, a ConEd supervisor, can be seen jumping back up onto the platform moments before a train arrives.

The rescued man's condition before his fall, along with his identity, remain unclear. CBS reports he was taken to a nearby hospital by emergency responders.