A New York City Police officer and a Good Samaritan were seen on camera jumping onto subway tracks to save a man who fell just moments before a train arrived.
"NYPD cops help New Yorkers at any cost!" the NYPD posted on Twitter Thursday, adding that the NYPD Transit "officers didn’t hesitate for a moment" to help the man.
The incident unfolded in the Bronx when a "sick strap hanger" became unconscious and fell on the subway tracks. An NYPD Transit officer jumped down onto the tracks to move the man, as other officers stood nearby to assist and onlookers warned them to "hurry."