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New York — “I think it was probably one of the craziest things that’s ever happened to me,” said Chris Patino.

Chris Patino and Mustafa Said were at Wegman’s just to get some candy. By the time they left — they were heroes after they saved a young girl getting attacked.

“And we were like, we can’t just stand there. It’s time to act,” said Mustafa Said. Chris went first, throwing himself at the attacker. “I just grabbed him and punched him back. And then he dropped the knife and somehow got the knife back,” said Patino.

“I took the knife and I flinged it back. Chris took the dude and put him on the ground,” said.

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