BOSTON (CBS) — This happened right in the middle of rush hour Thursday evening on the Red Line.

The surveillance video showed a man weaving around on the platform. The video continued to show the man weaving until he fell onto the tracks, awkwardly falling, and hitting his head on the rail.

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Commuters immediately begin waving frantically to catch the attention of any oncoming trains.

Commuters waving to stop a Red Line train. (Photo credit: MBTA)

A “T” employee and a customer then jumped down to assist the man until first responders eventually arrived to safely rescue him from the train pit.

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The Man on the MBTA Red Line tracks. (Photo credit: @KRISKREAM)

The man told police he was dancing and missed. In his words, “A sick landing,” when he fell.

Luckily he didn’t come in contact with the track’s highly-charged third rail.

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Officials say that the man is recovering from minor injuries.