Flannery O’Connor wrote that “A Good Man is Hard to Find.” On Sunday, The New York Times wrote about a current-day “good man.” When the bad news becomes overwhelming, it’s nice to read good stories too.
After a 58-year-old man fell onto subway tracks Saturday night in Manhattan, a ballet dancer, who had just watched his wife perform with American Ballet Theater at the Metropolitan Opera House, leapt down after him. With a lift that they do not teach in dance school, he moved him to safety.
“At first I waited for somebody else to jump down there,” said Gray Davis, 31, a dancer with American Ballet Theater, said in a telephone interview on Sunday. “People were screaming to get help. But nobody jumped down. So I jumped down.”
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