Krista Miranda

By Krista Miranda

LifeBuzz Staff

Hero Rescues Man From Subway Tracks Seconds Before Train Comes.

What would you do if you were in a situation to save someone's life? Would you do whatever you could to save that person's life? Now, here's the next question. What would you do if you had to risk your own life to save another's? This man was presented with this exact situation, and what he did was something that few people would choose to do.

Called To Work

Jonathan Kulig was in a horrible mood as he marched down the steps to the subway. There really isn't anything worse than getting called into work on a Saturday night, and that’s exactly where Jonathan was heading. Jonathon felt that he was just an unlucky person, but he would soon find out how wrong he was.

Called To Work

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L Train Station

Jonathon was about to leave the L train station at Third Avenue and 14th Street. The 29-year-old man had walked this route many times before on his way to work so he knew exactly what he was doing. It was almost as if his brain was on auto-pilot.

L Train Station

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Con Ed Engineer

Jonathon worked as an engineer for Con Edison, and at the time, he was more concerned with getting to work on time, rather than paying attention to what was going on around him. The iconic clock tower at the Con Edison Building would remind Jonathon that he was going to be late for work.

Something Wasn't Right

Jonathon's concentration was broken by a few shrieks coming from across the station. As he noticed that a group of passengers gathering around something, Jonathon moved over to see what it was that everyone was looking at. "I hear people kind of making a little noise saying, 'Oh my God,'" Jonathon explained. "And then I look down as I'm walking I can see something moving down there, realized it was a person."

Something Wasn't Right

He Wasn't Moving

Somehow, a man had actually fallen onto the tracks. What made matters worse, though, was that the man wasn’t moving or answering any of the calls from the passengers on the platform above him. No one could tell what was wrong with the man, but it was very clear that the man was in danger..

He Wasn't Moving

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