ATLANTA - Channel 2 Action News has obtained surveillance video from MARTA that shows a group of strangers saving a man who fell onto the trains tracks.
The video shows a man in a red shirt tumble on the tracks Monday at the Five Points MARTA Station in downtown Atlanta.
MARTA officials told Channel 2 Action News their workers quickly cut the power to the tracks while a MARTA officer and several bystanders formed a human chain to save the man, who has been identified as Kenneth Hunter.
Officials said Hunter is OK after the incident, but has been charged with reckless conduct and public drunkenness.
Surveillance video shows passengers saving man from MARTA tracks
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