Subway Samaritan Returns Lost Engagement Ring

Hager Elsayed credits NYC subway employee and an elderly woman with finding her 3-carat ring.
1:38 | 02/22/13

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-- I was shocked this is the dazzling diamond engagement ring that changed hands with three strangers. And new -- -- that -- -- But surprisingly ended up back on the right -- Tigers left. The moral of the story -- they're still good people out there. You know and I believe in karma and that's good karma the 25 year old ordeal started here she was -- bottom metro card got on the train and realized more than three carat ring with no longer on her left finger. The -- her fiance want. Had saved from months to -- and ran back home looked old overnight continent my trust under my -- everywhere -- is a teacher's -- here at PS2 sixteen broke the news to our friends. Accepted the -- she'd never see the ring again then she remembered something. Anthony was working in the token -- the same day she lost to bring it was a long shot but she came back to see if he saw anything but it had been two months. It's -- the light bulb went off and I said I had the ring -- now she's jumping up and counties. -- -- -- lit up like a Christmas tree. I -- -- behind. I don't like you are amazing -- Healy who spoke little English found hovering near the metro card machine and gave it to Anthony who turned it into -- lost and found he says it was the right thing to do a lesson he teaches his kids. It was -- 5000. It was -- millions of dollars to -- Remember this ball -- set in motion only because the original lady who found this beauty turned it into Anthony. Anthony doesn't know she is neither does either she's my Angel I love her where she is -- I don't say thank you Kimberly Richardson channel seven. Eyewitness News.

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