Question: Do you think you would have the courage, like the man being called the "Subway Superman," to jump onto the tracks to rescue someone you saw fall? Briefly, explain.
|"Yes, because once Idropped some money on the platform - and the wind blew it on the next tracks. No train was coming. So I jumped down on the tracks and retrieved it. So if I would do it for money, Idefinitely would to help someone."
- James Owens, Canarsie"Yes, I would do it in a heartbeat. I use a cane - five back injuries. There's a chance I would slip and fall. Ihope someone would help me. And if someone else fell, I'd do whatever I could. I'm glad a lot of people did something for that hero - Donald Trump, the mayor. He deserved it. Absolutely."
- Doug Adinolfi, Canarsie"Yeah, I would have the courage to help out. But I wouldn't expect to be called a "Superman." It's just doing the right thing. Iwould help out in anyway I could."
-Ray Lukacs, Canarsie"Only if the person was in my family would Ijump onto the tracks. Although, if I had enough time to get down and get up, I would - even if the person wasn't a family member. If the person was in my family, I would do it regardless of the situation."
- James Thomas, Canarsie|