A Brooklyn woman, back home after she was knifed last week by a stranger on a subway platform, considers herself very lucky — and very grateful.

Tamara Carrington, 60, recounted both the terrifying fight for her life inside the Pennsylvania Ave. station and the help of a good Samaritan who chased the attacker away and stayed by her side after the bizarre and near-fatal May 12 stabbing.

“I’m glad to be alive today,” said Carrington, speaking from a Brookdale Hospital bed flanked by flowers, cards and balloons before her release. “I fought with everything I had … I couldn’t breathe. I couldn’t see. I could only hear people talking. I could hear everything that was going on.”

A Brooklyn woman, back home after she was knifed last week by a stranger on a subway platform, considers herself very lucky — and very grateful.

Tamara Carrington, 60, recounted both the terrifying fight for her life inside the Pennsylvania Ave. station and the help of a good Samaritan who […]

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