WATCH: Woman Dances Her Way Onto SEPTA Tracks, Rescued by Good Samaritan
6ABC reports about a woman who fell onto SEPTA tracks Tuesday in north Philadelphia, and the Good Samaritan who rescued her. “The surveillance video is somewhat bizarre,” the station admitted, “as SEPTA cameras captured the woman spinning and spinning until she fell right onto the tracks.” Ray Scott jumped down and saved her.
He immediately hit the emergency call box alerting police, jumped down and turned the woman over.
“She was, like, ‘Please save me. I don’t want to die. I have a little girl.’ And I was, like, ‘Don’t worry, you’re going to be all right,'” said Scott. “I figured somebody’s got to do something. That girl could be down there dying right now. Someone could be missing a mother, a daughter and aunt or something like that.”
SEPTA isn’t usually a fan of passengers jumping onto the tracks, but officials there are praising Scott for his quick acions today.