Subway Hero Vanishes After Saving A Woman’s life

May 27th, 2010 - 8:17 pm ICT by Pen Men At Work  

May 27, 2010 (Pen Men at Work): A female was rescued by a nameless male after she fell on the subway tracks. Jessica Oshita, the 26-year-old photographer in question from Brooklyn, who is currently recuperating in the hospital, desires to thank her savior. However, he has vanished before she could thank him.

The rescuer jumped on the tracks and endeavored to lift Oshita onto the platform but, before he could do it, the approaching Manhattan-bound train got very close. He positioned Oshita’s body in the well between the rails and hurriedly heaved himself onto the platform.

Oshita endured insignificant injuries and required a few stitches on her temple, forehead and around her lips. The Subway hero, labeled only as a black man, departed before anyone could even query him his name. In fact, everything occurred so fast that other witnesses didn’t even get to observe him accurately. Currently getting better at the Bellevue Hospital Center, Oshita stated that she wishes that her rescuer comes forward as she would love to talk to him and thank him.

Oshita’s father has declared that, even beneath anesthetization, his daughter desires that the mystery hero announce himself.

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