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  1. PizDoff is offline

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    4/19/2012 11:33pm

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    MMA Fighter Saves Elderly on Train Tracks

    MMA Fighter Saves Elderly on Train Tracks

    On April 12 Tokyo's Toei Asakusa Line Gotanda Station was packed, when a elderly man fell onto the tracks.

    He was bleeding heavily and unconscious. Onlookers, not knowing when the next train would come speeding by, were frozen.

    Norifumi "Kid" Yamamoto leapt onto the tracks but was unable to raise him alone. Kid called for bystanders to assist him, and they were able to move him to safety.

    Word from the Tokyo Metropolitan Bureau of Transportation is the man in stable condition at an area hospital.
    From http://www.mixedmartialarts.com/news...in-track-fall/

    Original article below and wow is Google translate interesting:
    http://zasshi.news.yahoo.co.jp/artic...000-pseven-ent
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  2. KeithAtTakadaDojo is offline

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    7/20/2012 11:16am

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    Quote Originally Posted by PizDoff View Post
    MMA Fighter Saves Elderly on Train Tracks

    On April 12 Tokyo's Toei Asakusa Line Gotanda Station was packed, when a elderly man fell onto the tracks.

    He was bleeding heavily and unconscious. Onlookers, not knowing when the next train would come speeding by, were frozen.

    Norifumi "Kid" Yamamoto leapt onto the tracks but was unable to raise him alone. Kid called for bystanders to assist him, and they were able to move him to safety.

    Word from the Tokyo Metropolitan Bureau of Transportation is the man in stable condition at an area hospital.
    From http://www.mixedmartialarts.com/news...in-track-fall/

    Original article below and wow is Google translate interesting:
    http://zasshi.news.yahoo.co.jp/artic...000-pseven-ent
    Great story. Funny that I missed this one. Guess that's what happens when you're off the net for a while.

    BTW, I used to live near Gotanda station. Never saw anyone fall on the tracks there. But when they stopped the trains in nearby Meguro, I once saw a them drag some young, drunk guy off the tracks who was just down their wandering around.
  3. Like Water is offline

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    7/20/2012 6:55pm


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    Pretty sure this is the third thread on an MMA fighter stopping a mugging or otherwise saving someone that I've read this week alone.

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