Dramatic video shows NYPD officers rescuing man who fell onto subway tracks in Brooklyn

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Wednesday, July 5, 2023
Video shows police officers rescuing man who fell onto subway tracks
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Bodycam footage released by the NYPD shows two officers jump onto the subway tracks at Utica Avenue station in Brooklyn.

BEDFORD STUYVESANT, Brooklyn (WABC) -- NYPD officers pulled off a daring rescue along subway tracks in Brooklyn on Tuesday that was caught on camera.

A straphanger fell into the tracks after experiencing a medical episode.

It happened at the Utica Avenue subway station in Bedford Stuyvesant

Not long after the scare, NYPD officers rushed to help, grabbing the unresponsive male from the tracks and lifting him up to the platform.

The Department thanked Officers Baez and Hall from the 81st Precinct for their brave action.


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