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Man In Wheelchair Tumbles Off Train Platform & Onto Tracks!! Watch His Daring Rescue HERE!

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ZOMG!!! How scary!!!

Our nation's capital is a great place for Independence Day, but one unlucky man in a wheelchair almost had the WORST Fourth of July EVER!!!

An unidentified disabled man hoping to ride Washington D.C.'s Metro last Thursday accidentally drove his motorized wheelchair off of the train platform and CRASHED down onto the tracks below!!

Aside from the nasty tumble, this put him at risk for oncoming trains and deadly electrical rails!!

Ch-ch-check out the heart-stopping video (above)!!!

Mercifully, several good samaritans bolted into action and rescued the poor dude!!

One of them, Army Specialist Michael Menchaca, says his military training helped him react quicker!!

Phew!! We're soooo thankful this horrific holiday disaster was narrowly averted!!!

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6 comments to “Man In Wheelchair Tumbles Off Train Platform & Onto Tracks!! Watch His Daring Rescue HERE!”



  1. 1

    all due respect any half decent human would have helped. just coz he a soldier he has to get special praise and awards? others helped just as much.



  2. 2

    That happened a few stops from my work & I take Metro every day..

  3. heather says – reply to this


    3

    @lasquesha He didn't ask to be praised though did he? These military members sacrifice so much for us and seeing them do such things outside of service duty makes them look even better. Everyone in the situation deserves a little praise. The military likes to honor do gooders, whats wrong with that?

  4. Nicole says – reply to this


    4

    Please use people-first-language when talking about an individual with a disability. "Disabled man" is not appropriate. He is a man first and foremost, not disabled. Don't let a disability define someone.

    "An unidentified man with a disability"



  5. 5

    Re: Nicole – nice comment Nicole you said it!!!!! that lasqueesha sounds stupid just like her name if that is her name



  6. 6

    *several dudes jump in to help*
    The victim thanks "god" ..Seems legit.