Man rescued from train tracks thanks good Samaritans
BOSTON (WHDH) -- The man who was rescued by three good Samaritans after he fell onto the Orange Line train tracks spoke with 7News about his frightening fall at North Station.
The 33-year-old medical student says he doesn't remember a thing and considers himself, “very fortunate to be alive.”
The student said he just passed his medical boards and had a few glasses of wine with dinner with friends even though he rarely drinks.
The man said, “I'd like to thank the people who jumped in to save my life as well as the paramedics and police officers. I consider myself lucky to be in the city of Boston with such generous and open-hearted people.”