Delroy Simmonds had a good reason for missing a job interview in Brooklyn: he saved a 9-month-old baby's life after his stroller was pushed onto the Subway tracks.
But within the next day, he got the employment he was hoping for, working maintenance at the JFK Airport.
Simmonds, who was unemployed for more than a year, was waiting for the J-train Tuesday in Brooklyn when a wind gust pushed the child's stroller onto the tracks.
"I didn't really think, I reacted," Simmonds said.
Simmonds jumped onto the tracks and got the child out in time.