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Acts of Kindness
MTA train crew hailed
for rescuing man
from tracks at Village
BY MARK HALLUM
Two men operating an A train in
Manhattan during the Oct. 30
morning’s rush are being hailed as
heroes by the MTA after helping a rider
survive a near-death experience after falling
onto the tracks.
Train Operator Adrian Caddle and
Conductor Troy Patterson were working
Conductor Troy Patterson (top left) and Train Operator Adrian Caddle (lower
left) inset with Citizen screenshot of an Oct. 30 rescue.
the 7:29 a.m. A train from 207th Street in
Manhattan to Mott Avenue in Far Rockaway
when they say they noticed an unwell
straphanger getting dangerously close to
the edge of the platform at the West 4th
Caddle began to slow the train, but then
applied the brakes when he saw the man,
in his late 50s to early 60s, collapse onto
the bed of the tracks, injuring his legs in
“I walked to the edge of platform
where the passenger was on the roadbed.
He was trying to get up and I told him
‘don’t get up’ in case he was injured or
anything. I didn’t want him to stumble
and come into contact with the third
rail,” Caddle said in an interview with
Caddle was able to stop the train about
40 feet from where the man lay on the roadbed,
or about a third of the way through the
station. Caddle and Patterson then worked
able to lift the man onto the edge of the
platform with the help of commuters at the
edge of the platform.
“He seemed frantic about something,
anything about going to the hospital he
didn’t want to be involved in,” Patterson
said. “My fi rst instinct was to get him to
safety … When I descended into the road
bed, I looked into his face, he was sweaty
and real nervous. It was after we got him
HEADSHOTS COURTESY OF MTA
to the platform and I got a chance to get a
good look at him that he appeared that – I
wouldn’t say that he was under the infl uence
– maybe he was sick. But he was fl ush
… He looked almost like he had seen a
Patterson has seen his share of emergency
situations in the transit system.
In 2019, Patterson helped put out the
fl ames on a Manhattan bound train that
had been set ablaze by a passenger in Far
“We’ve come to expect NYC Transit
employees to courageously help the New
Yorkers they serve,” interim New York
City Transit President Sarah Feinberg
said. “In this instance an alert train
operator fi rst managed to stop his train
short of what could have been a tragic
impact, then joined the conductor in
rescuing a customer from tracks. We are
proud of their heroism and applaud their
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