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    Posted: 19 November 2018 at 3:39am

FRANKFURT – Hundreds of people gathered in the German town of Hanau to bid farewell to a 17-year-old heroic young man who died while o saving an elderly homeless man from oncoming train.

“I am not a well-known or rich man but this crowd gathered here because of my son’s bravery,” father Ejder Sözen said at the funeral, Daily Sabah reported Saturday.

Mustafa Sözen, who was studying to be a lab technician, was waiting for his train in Frankfurt on Tuesday when he saw a drunken homeless man fall on the tracks.

Sözen and an unidentified man of Indian origin immediately jumped on the tracks and pulled the unidentified man to safety.

The other rescuer managed to leave the tracks, but Sözen failed to avoid the oncoming train and died. The man Sözen rescued escaped without any injuries...

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