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Subway hero

Rikien Wilder had noticed a man putting debris in tracks.
The dancer's mother said, 'He then lifted himself up miraculously just before the train got there.'
The incident occurred at around 2:30 p.m. at the City Hall R Station.
"My life hasn’t been in vain," the subway hero said.
A good Samaritan tried to save a woman who was being attacked on a subway platform this week—and he was subsequently shoved onto the subway tracks by the attacker.
"After I was out of the subway station I was like, 'Oh my god, I can't believe I just did that'...This was crazy start of the day for me. I was just going to class."
"I felt this man shouldn’t die this day, not while I knew I was capable. I was the man for the job. I used to work in transit. I’ve been on the tracks. I know how dangerous they are."
"I don't even know why I did it, it's just not me man," said Ramiro Ocasio, who saved an elderly man on Friday. "I'm not a macho guy. I dont even know how to swim."
"I witnessed an elderly man fall into the tracks," Felicia Greenfield told us. "Ramiro jumped right in and pulled him out without a moment's hesitation."
This "rail hero" needs a job!
In the disturbing videos below, a disoriented man rolls around on the L train tracks after falling off the platform at the DeKalb Avenue station in Bushwick. Warning: the videos are graphic.
On last night's Curb Your Enthusiasm, Larry David showed his true colors in a courageous subway baguette beatdown.
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