(WHDH) Two Good Samaritans rushed to help a woman escape from danger after she fell onto the tracks at a Boston area train station.
Surveillance video shows it was as if she didn't realize the platform ended when she suddenly walked right off the ledge and fell.
"I came down the stairs and I heard some cries. 'Help, Help, help!'" said Chuck Burke.
At first, no one could figure out where the cries were coming from, but when they realized what was happening, it was a frenzy to get her out.
The first man in was the woman's boyfriend. The second was Burke, a stranger, seen on surveillance video looking to make sure a train wasn't coming before he hopped down to help with the rescue.
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