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A drunk woman who fell on the tracks at a Boston train station has walked away without injury and is now resting at home.
People flagged down the train driver to alert him the 26-year-old unnamed woman had fallen onto the tracks on Friday night.
The clearly inebriated woman stumbled around on the platform before smoking a cigarette and falling between the tracks.
The train operators were quick to notice something was wrong and slammed on the brakes before coming to a stop near the woman.
Charice Lewis, 27, and Jacqueline Osorio, 29, have been hailed heroes by local authorities for their swift and decisive action in helping the woman.
"I don't consider myself a hero," Ms Lewis said.
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