Body camera footage captured the quick actions of two NYPD officers who saved a man after he fell onto subway tracks in Brooklyn on Monday.
The rescue happened at the Utica Avenue subway station in the borough's Bedford-Stuyvesant neighborhood, WABC-TV reports. According to the department, a man suffered a medical episode on the subway platform, and he fell onto the tracks.
In the video, Officers Baez and Hall from the 81st Precinct can be seen on the tracks as they hoisted the man's limp body back onto the platform.
"When a male fell into the train tracks after having a medical episode, without hesitation Officers Baez and Hall jumped into the train tracks, placing themselves in a perilous situation, lifted the unresponsive adult over tracks onto the platform to safety," stated a social media update by the NYPD's 81st Precinct.