Stranger rescues man who falls on subway tracks

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Riveting cellphone video catches frantic straphangers shouting down an approaching Q train so they could save a man passed out with his body strewn across a snowy train trestle in Brooklyn Thursday morning.

Passengers miraculously saved a passed out man on Brooklyn subway tracks at the Avenue H station in Flatbush.

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Other straphangers ran to the end of the platform and screamed at the subway engineer to stop, with the train halting outside the station. As the train approaches the station others begin to yell. The woman, Liliana Vicente, pushed an emergency call button before heading onto the tracks. "Sir, please wake up!" from the platform.

Shortly after, the group was able to climb down the service ladder to reach the man and pull him to safety onto the platform. 'Thank God the train has stopped'. "I think there are still kind people here in this world".

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"I thought the train was going over him", Vicente said afterward.

'A lady grabbed the guy from the left, and a guy, the guy from the right and me from the bottom, ' Vicente shared with NBC New York. It's not clear what caused him to fall.

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The man was taken to Kings County Hospital in serious condition.

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