A New York City father witnessed a man suffering from a seizure, and fall onto the traintracks of an oncoming train. He miraculously was able to cover the victim and position him in a narrow groove between the tracks of live electrical rails that one touch will fry a living being instantly. The chances of surviving a case like this are 50/50 because sometimes people may not be so lucky to lay in a flattened position. A bystander standing alongside the platform could only jump for joy to see the men still alive as the train passed. The hero received $10,000 from Donald Trump, a salute by Mayor Bloomberg and a free all paid expense round trip to Disney World. He even got a late night interview on the David Letterman show to help spread that act of kindness in New York or sense of altruism, but do you think more New Yorker’s will follow pursuit? After all, it is less likely for people to volunteer to save someone when there is a crowd and New York has millions of folks in the city. What’s your take? Would you jump on the traintracks to save a victim?