TEENAGER FAINTS ONTO TRAIN TRACK BUT IS PULLED TO SAFETY BY STRANGERS WITH SECONDS TO SPARE

Anija Lender, 18, was waiting for metro when she tumbled onto the track as her body began to spasm, with the train just 60 seconds away

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