NEW YORK — A good Samaritan came to the rescue of a woman who was pushed onto train tracks in New York City early Saturday, authorities said.
According to the New York City Police Department, the incident occurred in the borough of Brooklyn following a verbal dispute, WNYW-TV reported.
Police said the 38-year-old woman entered the train station in the Brownsville neighborhood of the borough at around 3:20 a.m. EST with two other women while arguing, according to the television station.
The woman was pushed onto the tracks by one or both of the women, WABC-TV reported. A bystander helped the victim off the train tracks as the two other women ran from the station, according to the television station.
There were no trains arriving at the station when the woman was pushed onto the tracks, WNYW reported.
The victim suffered an injury to her wrist and was taken to an area hospital in stable condition, according to WPIX-TV.
No arrests have been made, the television station reported.
The victim and the person who rescued her have not been identified by police.
There also was no information about what led to the argument or whether the three women knew each other, WABC reported.
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