Miami doctor a lifesaver after pulling man suffering seizure from Village train’s path

Ben Abo, 32, an ER doc and former paramedic, was standing on a crowded platform at the Ninth Street stop at around 10:30 p.m. Wednesday when the man suffered a seizure and teetered at the platform edge.

“He just went down — thump. His head hit the rail, and he was just down for the count,” said Abo, who is originally from Cherry Hill, NJ, and works at Miami Beach’s Mount Sinai Medical Center.

The doctor leaned over the platform and yelled down at the man who was sprawled on the tracks.

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