Police officers in the Bronx rescue man from subway tracks in Manhattan

Two police officers in the Bronx are being praised for pulling a man to safety after he fell onto subway tracks. 



Officers Bhowmik and Wong are assigned to the borough's 43rd Precinct, but were working on the NYPD's counter-terrorism initiative at West 4th Street in Manhattan. 



That's where a 32-year-old fell onto the northbound tracks for the A, C and E trains. The cops grabbed his arm and leg, and pulled him to safety right before the train came in. 



The officers earned themselves a shoutout on the NYPD's Facebook page. 


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