NEW YORK (AP) - The daughter of a New York City man pushed to his death onto the subway tracks in front of a train says it "would have been great" if someone had helped him up but "what's done is done."
Ki-Suck Han of Queens was apparently trying to break up a fight when he landed on the tracks Monday. The New York Post published a photo on its front page Tuesday of Han with his head turned toward the train, his arms reaching up but unable to climb off the tracks.
Han's only child, 20-year-old Ashley, said Wednesday that he was always willing to help others.
A pastor says Han's family was so distraught after seeing the Post's photo that they had to stay with him.
A homeless man was arrested Wednesday in Han's death.
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