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A crowd of commuters in Argentina frantically waved down an oncoming subway train after a woman was accidentally knocked onto the tracks in harrowing video footage captured last week.

The woman, identified only as Andrea, was walking on a subway platform in Buenos Aires when a man appeared to faint, falling forward and hitting her with his head. Security footage showed the woman tumble onto the tracks. She appeared to hit her head and fall unconscious.

The article goes on to state the following:

Moments later, a train started to pull into the station. The commuters rushed up the platform, waving and signaling at the engineer to hit the brakes. The train came to a stop just feet short of where the woman lay across the tracks. Several men then jumped down to pull the woman to safety.

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