Blind Man Falls Onto Brooklyn Subway Tracks And Is Run Over By Train But Unhurt Call it blind luck.

    A blind man tumbled onto the tracks at a Brooklyn subway station and was run over by a train Sunday — but was miraculously unhurt, cops said.

    The victim fell into the path of a Manhattan-bound F train at the 15th St.- Prospect Park station about 1:30 p.m., police said.

    The train rolled over the top of him without actually ever making contact with him. Transit officials believe he may have rolled underneath the platform to avoid the train.

    Electricity was shut down, and the victim was safely removed from under the train without injury, cops said.

    Service resumed at the station just after 2 p.m., according to transit officials.