Allen Noble Corson, Jr., attempted to rescue Amanda Dabrowski from assault, Worcester, Massachusetts, July 3, 2019. Dabrowski, 31, was in a pub-restaurant when an assailant, armed with two large knives, attacked her in a hallway. Dabrowski screamed for help as the assailant, wielding a knife in each hand, stabbed her in the front of the torso from behind. Corson, 26, slot machine attendant, was dining with his parents and fiancée when he heard Dabrowski’s screams. Corson immediately engaged the assailant and wrestled with him, ultimately pinning him face-down on the floor. As they struggled, the assailant stabbed Corson in his left side. Dabrowski, meanwhile, had slipped from the assailant’s grasp into a seated position against the wall, bleeding profusely. At least two other patrons joined Corson in subduing the assailant, one of them men prying a knife from his hand. Police then arrested the assailant, who was charged with Dabrowski’s murder and other charges. Dabrowski died of her wounds a short time later. Corson’s wound was stitched closed, and he recovered.90635-10315
Allen Noble Corson, Jr.