An unemployed Brooklyn man on his way to a job interview became a hero Tuesday when he rescued a baby who'd fallen onto the train tracks.

Delroy Simmonds was waiting for the J train at the elevated Van Siclen stop in Brooklyn when a gust of wind pushed a baby stroller, and the nine-month old boy strapped inside, onto the tracks. In the near distance, a train was roaring towards the station.

The mother, who had three other children in tow, was "frozen with shock" witnesses told The Daily News.