WOMAN SHOVED ONTO SUBWAY TRACKS IN BROOKLYN STATION; SAVED WHEN GOOD SAMARITAN PULLS HER TO SAFETY

A good Samaritan helped pull a woman to safety Friday in a split-second rescue after a homeless man shoved her onto the subway tracks — and then tried to attack the man who ran to aid her, police sources said. The suspect — a man in his 30s who cops suspect may be homeless — fled on another train,...

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