New York City's latest subway hero is Joshua Garcia, who jumped onto the Union Square subway tracks Wednesday and saved an unconscious teenage girl. He is a true hero. Many of the bystanders, however, are terrible people.
DNAinfo has the full story of Garcia's death-defying rescue, including this:
"It was adrenaline and the power of the Lord," Garcia said.
For a moment, he found himself looking up from the tracks at scores of faces watching them. Some people were snapping photos or taking video with their cellphones, he said.
"It was amazing seeing all these people doing nothing," he said. "It was an eye-opener."
Are you one of the bystanders on the platform who chose to take cell phone pictures while Joshua Garcia risked his life to save a young woman? We'd love to hear from you. Please send your pictures of this dramatic event to tips@Gawker.com, and include contact info so that we can direct the police to your exact location, you morally bankrupt human.