Boston Train Conductor is a Life Saver

On Friday night, Boston train conductor Charice Lewis saved a woman's life when the woman--who was under the influence of alcohol--fell off of the station's platform and on to the train tracks. As frantic commuters waved at 27-year-old Lewis--who could not see the woman on the tracks--to stop the train, she quickly staged an emergency stop and "prayed for the best." The woman on the tracks walked away unharmed and Lewis walked away a hero.


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