Fox News reported this morning on two brave utility workers, employed by Con Edison, who chased the New York City cop murderer from the crime scene to the subway:
"There are heroes involved in this story that we do want to tell you about this morning because there were two guys who worked for Con Edison, which is the electric company here in New York, and they witnessed this happen, they witnessed him killing the two officers working in their car working overtime, and they chased him down the street and they say that the suspect turns around and holds the gun in front of them and says, 'You want some of this?' They backed up a little bit. They watched the suspect run underground to go catch the G train in Brooklyn. And that's when they called the police.
"Police officers storm in, they go underground. And that's when the suspect turned the gun on himself. But if it weren't for these two men who work for Con Ed, or women, I'm not sure what their sexes are, but if it weren't for these two individuals that suspect may have gotten on the G train and gone somewhere into New York City, or wherever the train was going, and killed other officers. There's no telling what could have happened. These guys are heroes this morning, and we thank them," said the Fox News host.