Unemployed Brooklyn man saves 9-month-old boy from oncoming subway train

Unemployed Brooklyn man saves 9-month-old boy from oncoming subway train

New York City : NY : USA | Jun 27, 2012 at 11:07 AM PDT
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30-year-old Delroy Simmonds, an unemployed Brooklyn man missed his job interview on Tuesday as he was busy in rescuing a 9-month-old boy from an oncoming subway train. Simmonds, the real life superhero did not think twice to jump from an elevated platform to rescue the toddler, strapped into his stroller which had been blown onto the tracks by a gust of high wind. According to NYDailyNews, baby’s mother Maria Zamara “stood frozen in shock.”

“I’m just a normal person. Anybody in that situation should have done what I did,” the father of two told the NYDailyNews. The baby was immediately rushed to Brookdale University Hospital where he was treated for cuts to the face and head. He was released later.

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Unemployed Brooklyn man saves 9-month-old boy from oncoming subway train
Unemployed Brooklyn man saves 9-month-old toddler from oncoming subway train
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