A NYPD lieutenant saved a homeless man from committing suicide in a subway station after he heard the man whisper ‘I’m going to throw myself in front of the train.’ The scary incident happened around 1am on Thursday when a group of officers were standing on the A train platform of 207th St. station. Authorities were there as part of the department’s Homeless Outreach Unit, which looks to assist vulnerable residents who’ve bunkered down in subway stations amid the pandemic. Among them was Lt. Ryan Murphy, who noticed a nearby man was visibly upset and bothered. NYPD Lt. Ryan Murphy’s bodycam camera captured the moment he saved a homeless man jumping in front of a subway car Bodycam footage from the scene shows Lt.Murphy inside the station when the homeless man approaches the platform edge. ‘Good morning, sir. Watch out!’ Lt.Murphy said, as the homeless man neared the platform edge. At that moment the A Train pulled into the station. ‘I (heard) him mutter, “I’m just going to throw in myself in front of the train,'” Lt. Murphy told the New York Daily News. ‘He had a gym bag over his shoulder. He turned straight even with the edge of the platform… Read full this story
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