A good Samaritan climbed across a girder to talk a suicidal straphanger out of jumping at an East Village subway station Saturday.
The man followed the troubled young woman about 10 feet out onto the beam about 20 feet above the platform and sat with her, trying to calm her down at the Broadway-Lafayette subway station at about 3:30 p.m.
“The only thing I overheard was the young girl saying nobody cares about her,” said Michal Klein, 38, of Hoboken, who had just come off of a downtown D train and was headed to a burger joint.
Other subway riders crowded around and watched the drama unfold as the man gently talked to her.
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Witnesses told Klein that the woman climbed over a railing and crawled along the girder above the tracks. …