President Trump’s son Eric Trump last week, rushed to help a woman who is unconscious near a train station, dodging rush-to the hunt-hour traffic, you car a passing ambulance.
To hunt an ordinary morning in New York City last week for President Trump’s son Eric Trump turned abruptly frantic, as he rushed to the aid of a woman who is unconscious near a train station, dodging rush-hour traffic, you car a passing ambulance.
According to an eyewitness report, available secrets, Trump and his security detail provided to tend to be stopped, the unidentified woman outside the F-train stop in the vicinity of 57th Street and 6th Avenue on Wednesday morning.
Our tipster, who requested anonymity, said Trump, then a driver passing by discovered the ambulance and rushed to stop him.
“I watched as Eric looked up, discovered an ambulance slowly by on the 6., almost first hit in the traffic, a cyclist — and called the ambulance, to get his attention,” the observer said.
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