New York City subway rider shoved a stranger onto the tracks just seconds before a train pulls in.
The victim, a 40-year-old woman, was forcefully pushed by the man on to the subway tracks at 14th Street-Union Square station on Thursday.
Surveillance video – which was uploaded to Twitter on Thursday afternoon – captured the near-fatal attack, the New York Post reported.
Despite the frightening fall, the woman miraculously survived – escaping with minor injuries.
Police later identified the alleged subway attacker as 24-year-old Aditya Vemulapati.
Vemulapati – who is considered to be homeless – was charged with attempted murder and assault.
Speaking at a press conference after the incident, Transit Chief Kathleen O’Reilly said: “She fell, fortunately for her, between the row bed and the rails.
“Very minor injuries but for the grace of God.”