A videograb shows the man pushing the woman onto the train tracks.
In a miraculous twist, a 40-year-old woman survived a fall after being shoved into the tracks as a train approached the platform in a New York subway.
The woman was rescued with the help of medical personnel and emergency services.
On Thursday, a CCTV camera at a metro station in Manhattan spotted a young man running towards a woman.
He then pushed her onto the path of a speeding train.
The authorities in New York City said that the accused did not try to flee, and stood on the sidewalk pretending to wait for trains, as if nothing had happened, until police officers came and arrested him.
The woman escaped after she rolled away from the railway tracks. She was pulled out alive.
Local media said the attacker was a 24-year-old homeless man. The woman was rushed to a nearby hospital.
The authorities said that the victim suffered bruises and minor wounds.
The attacker was charged with attempted murder and assault.
This is the second time in 14 hours that a stranger had pushed someone onto the wheels of a subway train.
On Wednesday, a 36-year-old man was beaten, before his aggressor pushed him to the train tracks. Quick thinking on the part of the driver saved the man’s life. The police arrested the assailant the next day. He was charged with attempted murder and reckless endangerment.
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