Ballet Dancer Leaps Onto Subway Tracks and Lifts Man to Safety – Art Can Save A Life

Gray Davis, an American Ballet Theater dancer, rescued a 58-year-old man who the police said was pushed onto the tracks in the 72nd Street station on Saturday.

Source: Ballet Dancer Leaps Onto Subway Tracks and Lifts Man to Safety – NYTimes.com

“Mr. Davis, a native of Greenwood, S.C., who has been a member of the corps de ballet at Ballet Theater since 2007, was not dancing on Saturday because he was recovering from a herniated disk. But his wife, Cassandra Trenary, a soloist, had danced in both the matinee and the evening performances of “The Golden Cockerel” on Saturday, and they were leaving the theater, with his mother, when the incident unfurled.”

Definitely a hero. Bravo Mr. Davis!

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