A 29-year-old guy named Jonathan Kulig was stepping off a subway train in New York on Saturday evening, when he saw something fall on the tracks on the other side of the station. It turned out it was a PERSON.
It’s not clear if the guy was drunk or what, but he looks like he’s in his 20s. He was lying on the tracks and wasn’t moving. And no one was doing anything about it.
So Jonathan jumped down . . . ran across both sets of tracks . . . lifted the guy up onto the platform and saved his life . . . and a 15-year-old kid got it all on video.
While he’s lifting him up, you can hear a voice on the P.A. system say a train is coming. It turned out he had about a minute to spare, but he didn’t know that.
It turns out Jonathan is an engineering supervisor for Con Edison, an electric company in New York, and had to take a track-safety course last month for a project he was on. So he knew a few things, like how to avoid stepping on the third rail so he didn’t get shocked.
Con-Ed praised him for it on Facebook . . . and also gave him a shout out to the ladies by mentioning that he’s single.
He says he didn’t think, he just reacted. And he doesn’t blame people for standing there, because it was pretty scary. Paramedics took the guy he saved to the hospital, and he’s okay. (NY Post / Fox News)