A family is grateful after a mystery man became the difference between life and death on a busy Manhattan street corner on Friday.
The redheaded man conducted CPR on Jason Kroft, 40, when he went into cardiac arrest at Sixth Avenue and 45th Street on Oct. 5.
Kimberly Brillo was inside a plane that took off from East Hampton Airport and then crashed after losing power. She said that shortly after takeoff she could tell that there was a problem.
Khalima Ansari was approaching the tracks at the Van Siclen Avenue station in Highland Park as a horrified mother looked below, only to see her 1-year-old baby boy on the rails after a gust of wind sent his stroller over the edge of the platform.
A man had to be rescued after he tried to save a dog that fell hundreds of feet down a cliff along the Hudson River in New Jersey.
An accident left a minivan a charred shell of metal and broken glass, but thanks to the actions of a Good Samaritan, Jennifer Vasquez and her 2-month-old son Raphael were rescued from the vehicle with no serious injuries.
Elle McGinnity was in town March 26 and 27 for an Irish dance competition, but in the confusion of checking out of the Millenium Hotel and rushing to Penn Station to catch a train back to Rochester, her dress was left behind.
A Bronx man was caught on video being a Good Samaritan after a truck crash last year. But it was that same video that led to his arrest for insurance fraud.
File this story under no good deed goes unpunished. A Connecticut Good Samaritan ended up hurt physically and financially after trying to do the right thing.
NEW YORK (CBS 2) — Police have released a surveillance video in hopes of finding the suspect wanted for brutally attacking a woman in the Bronx last weekend. The camera captured an image of the […]