Mystery Man Rescues Toddler From Oncoming Subway Train

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NEW YORK, NY - AUGUST 29: Commuters wait for the subway August 29, 2011 in New York City. One day after Hurricane Irene hit New York the mass transit system, including subways and buses, began moving again in a limited capacity in time for Monday's rush hour. (Photo by Joe Raedle/Getty Images) Photo: Joe Raedle/2011 Getty Images

On Tuesday a sudden gust of wind knocked a 1-year-old boy's stroller onto the tracks at Brooklyn's Van Siclen Avenue station. Without hesitation, a man jumped off the platform and pulled the boy from the path of an oncoming J train with only moments to spare. The baby has a serious head wound but is expected to recover. The good Samaritan's identity is unknown, but we like to think he lurks in subway stations watching over clumsy straphangers like ourselves.