Heroes Save Blind Man From Subway Tracks Right Before Train Comes

Dramatic surveillance footage from the Washington, D.C. subway show the heroic actions of three commuters who pulled a blind man who fell onto the tracks and was rescued just moments before the train pulled into the station.

The incident took place at around 8am on Tuesday at the Medical Center Station in Bethesda, Maryland, one town over from the nation’s capital.

Video taken by closed circuit cameras show a visually impaired man who was walking with the aid of a cane fall off the edge of the subway platform.

The man appeared to land hard on his left side as he fell to the tracks on the Glenmont-bound side of the station,WJLA-TVreported.

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