Thursday, January 12, 2012

Filmmaker in Staten Island train incident declines chances to thank rescuer, report says

STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. -- An independent filmmaker who was pulled from the train tracks early Sunday morning has declined several requests to thank the man who helped save his life, the New York Post is reporting, even as the good Samaritan remains in critical condition due to his heroics.
"I have nothing to say," Jonathan Parisen, 40, a former Stapleton resident living in East Orange, N.J., told the Post at the 120 Police precinct station house. ... "I jumped in the tracks. I thought it was funny," Parisen told an MTA police officer, according to court papers. Continued

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