Abbassi said that he had 22 seconds from the time the guy landed on the tracks to the time the train hit him.
22 seconds seems like a sufficient amount of time to offer a hand.
Also, Abbassi said that his camera wasn't zoomed in, meaning that Abbassi actually was as close to the victim as the victim appears to the infamous photograph.
Notwithstanding, Abbassi also said that many more people were closer to the victim and never offered help during the 22 seconds that he was on the tracks.
So, essentially, the people of New York are complete self indulged a-holes...with exception being the victim who was confronting a known thug that was harrassing passerbys in the subway just before the thug pushed him to his death.
He's the tragic hero.
This post was edited on 12/5 at 11:01 am