A drunk woman fell off a train platform in Boston, narrowly escaping serious injury as fellow passengers signaled the approaching train to stop.
The train conductor, 27 year-old Charice Lewis, first noticed the people at the station waving frantically, then saw the body of the unidentified woman lying helplessly on the tracks.
"As I'm approaching, the lady pops her head up. And I'm like, 'Oh my God, someone's in the pit,'" Lewis said. "So I just threw it in emergency, just like I'm supposed to do, and it stopped just in time not to hit her."