52-year-old Steve St. Bernard is a New York City bus driver who lives in Coney Island. He got home from work Monday afternoon and noticed one of his neighbors was in trouble. Seven-year-old Keyla McCree, who's autistic, had taken out the screen on her third-story window and climbed out onto the ledge.

Keyla was standing on the ledge singing and dancing, so Steve positioned himself under the window and tried to convince Keyla to go back inside. She didn't, and she ended up falling.

Steve was in position and managed to catch her right before Keyla hit the ground.  Keyla wasn't hurt at all, but Steve tore a tendon in his bicep.

According to the NY Daily News Steve said,

“I went over there to make sure if she fell I could catch her.” I’m not a hero — anybody would have done it. I did it out of normal instincts.”

Watch the video of the guy catching the little girl falling from a third story building:

[NY Daily News]