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Kyrgyz citizen Marat Isayev, who saved a woman on the subway, became "Person of the Year" in Moscow

 Kyrgyz citizen Marat Isayev, who saved a woman on the subway, became "Person of the Year" in Moscow

Bishkek, December 6 / Kabar /. Kyrgyzstani Marat Isayev, who saved a woman in the Moscow subway, became "Person of the Year" by the magazine "Business Audience" in Moscow, the press service of the Kyrgyz Embassy in Russia reports.

28 years old Kyrgyz citizen Marat Isayev together with police officer Artem Korolyuk saved a woman who had fallen onto the rails on metro station on February 11, when a 38-years old passenger of the metro lost consciousness and fell on the railroad tracks. A police junior sergeant and Marat Isayev immediately rushed to rescue the woman and jumped. Together, right in front of the approaching train, they descended on the rails and dragged the woman in the tray between the rails and then lay down themselves into a niche. The train pulled up over them. Then Marat Isayev received an award of Russian President Vladimir Putin, President Almazbek Atambayev and became a hero.

The Embassy of Kyrgyzstan reports that, annually the Russian magazine "Business Audience" awards countrymen, who distinguished in their field of activity in Russia. Awards were conferred to representatives of Kyrgyz diaspora for some achievements in business, cultural, social and political life in Russia in 2016.

 

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