While most people were out celebrating the New Year, a group of teens in the Bronx, New York, got into a fight that left one person hurt and another dead.

At about 2:40 a.m., a 38-year-old man was waiting on the platform. According to the New York Post, he was drunk and “making a disturbance” by blowing a “New Year’s horn.”

The group of teens then walked up to the 38-year-old man, pulled out a knife, and started beating him, according to the article, which quotes police. At some point, the man was thrown onto the subway tracks.

He broke his arm, but it’s not clear if he fell or was pushed. Then a train came near.

Then, a good Samaritan ran onto the tracks to help the hurt man, who was not named. Local man Roland Hueston was then hit by a train and killed.

People called the 36-year-old a hero because he died trying to help the victim who wasn’t hit by the train.

After what happened, the gang ran away, but security cameras in the subway caught them.

The person was taken to the hospital, where they were treated and then sent home a short time later.

Basilia Paulino, the mother of the victim who lived, said that when she heard what had happened, it broke her heart.

Paulino told the New York Post, “He told me they hurt him.” “It was a gang, and they started hitting him, and then they threw him onto the tracks.

“He was in so much pain that he could barely talk,” she said.

She was also very grateful to Hueston for being so brave.

“That man makes me cry,” Paulino said. “I’m at a loss for words. He went to help my son, and now look what happened! That man should be in God’s glory.”

Later in January, a 16-year-old boy and two 17-year-old boys were arrested and charged with murder, robbery, gang assault, and assault in connection with the attack.

Then, on Friday, April 1, 19-year-old Noel Rosado was arrested and charged with murder, manslaughter, robbery, gang assault, and assault, according to police documents obtained by CNN.

I hope that everyone who did this terrible thing is caught and given the right punishment.

Roland Hueston died because he was brave and tried to help a stranger. My heart goes out to his family and friends. He really is a hero, and may he always be thought of that way.