Good Samaritan finds job after saving toddler on subway tracks

Call it good karma: The unemployed Good Samaritan who saved a toddler from the subway tracks has found a job.A project manager for janitorial services

BROOKLYN - Call it good karma: The unemployed Good Samaritan who saved a toddler from the subway tracks has found a job.

A project manager for janitorial services at John F. Kennedy International Airport has confirmed to News 12 Brooklyn that they have hired Delroy Simmonds.

Simmonds was on his way to the interview when a strong gust of wind caused the toddler's stroller to fall onto the tracks at Van Siclen Avenue station.

The toddler was taken to Brookdale Hospital with a gash on his head, but is expected to be OK.

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