W: This is Kerry Burke from New York Daily News. I’m speaking to Delroy Simmonds, an unemployed Brooklyn man who missed a job interview Tuesday for the best of reasons: He was saving the life of a 9-month-old boy who was blown into the path of an oncoming subway train by a high wind.
女：我是《纽约每日新闻》的Kerry Burke。我正在采访Delroy Simmonds，布鲁克林的一位失业男士，他周二因为一个极佳的理由错过了一场面试：他当时正在救一个因为大风被吹到铁路上的9个月大男婴，当时正有火车驶来。
M: Everybody is making me out to be some sort of superhero. I’m just an ordinary person, and a father of two. Anybody in that situation would have done what I did.
W: You were going to an interview when the incident occurred, right?
M: Yes, I was on my way to apply for a maintenance position. I’ve been looking for a job for a year and more. I’m looking for something to support my family.
W: Tell us what happened at the station.
M: There was a strong wind. It had to be 30 to 40 miles an hour. There was a woman with four kids. One was in a pushchair. The wind blew the baby onto the tracks.
W: Witnesses said people were looking on in horror as the child’s mother, identified by sources as Maria Zamara, stood frozen in shock. In the distance, people could see the train rounding a bend, headed into the station. I guess you were not aware of any of these, right?
M: No. I just jumped down and grabbed the baby. The train was coming around the corner as I lifted the baby from the tracks. I really wasn’t thinking.
W: What an amazing story. Thank you very much.
Questions 12 to 15 are based on the conversation you have just heard.
Question 12.What did Kerry Burke from New York Daily News say about the man?
Question 13.What do we learn about the man from the conversation?
Question 14.What caused the incident?
Question 15.How did the mother react when the incident occurred?