A California transit worker is giving God all the glory after saving a man from an oncoming train.
Fox News reports that Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) supervisor John O’Connor was working at the Coliseum station assisting with crowd control after an Oakland Raiders game on November 3. O’Connor noticed a man walking too close to the edge of the platform, then fall onto the tracks as a train was quickly approaching. “I just looked and was like, he’s not going to make it,” O’Connor said. “So I’ve got to do something. There wasn’t a lot of time to think.” O’Connor reached down and pulled the man up and onto the platform, moments before the train would have hit him. Here is the dramatic platform video of our humble hero John O’Connor saving a man’s life at the Coliseum […]
Here is the dramatic platform video of our humble hero John O'Connor saving a man's life at the Coliseum station Sunday night. John is a Transportation Supervisor and has worked at BART for more than 20 years. An amazing rescue. pic.twitter.com/KrO75nqPYb
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