Bodycam footage shows NYPD officers rescuing a man who fell on subway tracks

Stunning bodycam footage captures the moment two NYPD cops patrolling a Brooklyn subway station rescue a man who fell on the tracks this week.

The short clip, posted to Twitter by Commissioner Keechant Sewell, shows the officers running down the Grant Avenue A train platform to where the 50-year-old man struggled to get back on the train around 4 p.m. Tuesday to heave the platform.

The officers ran down the Grant Avenue A platform until they reached the man, who was struggling to get back onto the platform.
The officers ran down the Grant Avenue A platform until they reached the man, who was struggling to get back onto the platform.
Twitter / @NYPDPC

Another straphanger alerts officers Georin Duran and Irwin Luperon to the man before the duo in blue grabs his arms and hauls him to safety, video shows.

The police officers are shown grabbing the arms of the 50-year-old man and leading him to safety.
The police officers are shown grabbing the arms of the 50-year-old man and leading him to safety.
Twitter / @NYPDPC

“Used strategically @NYPD75Pct Officers were on the platform at the Grant Ave train station in Brooklyn when a straphanger fell onto the tracks,” Sewell wrote. “They took immediate action and got the man to safety.”

A screenshot of the moment the cops dragged the man back onto the platform.
The man was taken to the hospital in stable condition.
Twitter / @NYPDPC

“Saving another New Yorker – really NY’s Finest!”

The man was taken to Brookdale University Hospital Medical Center, where he was listed in stable condition, police officers said.

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