WARWICK, R.I. (WLNE) -- A Warwick man springs into action, saving his neighbor who fell into the bitterly cold marina overnight. Fire officials say that man likely saved his neighbor's life when he heard his cries for help, pulling him from the chilly waters around 1:30 Sunday morning. The marina near Oakland Beach is quiet this time of year which is why when Tate Tetreault heard cries for help coming from the icy waters, he knew he was the only one there to lend a hand.
Keeping the roads clear and safe is a big under taking RIDOT got an early start Saturday morning sending out hundreds of trucks to plow and treat the roads. It's arguably one of the most important jobs during a snow storm. "We try to treat the roads the best we can," says John Almeida with Kay-Cor Construction, the contractor helping RIDOT fill snow plows up with salt. RIDOT has 145 state vehicles and uses more than 300 private vendors to clear the streets.
AT 6:30: This man jumped into action overnight, saving his neighbor, an elderly man, who had fallen into the marina near Oakland Beach in Warwick. More on his heroic rescue on @abc6https://t.co/chAdHvAlsm
A single mom of 3 is left rummaging through her belongings, deciding what to keep after a fire in a Providence multi family home yesterday. Why its ignited the Christmas spirit in her, tonight on @abc6 after football. https://t.co/iHZKk4MRJWhttps://t.co/oT2dtV45Fd
HAPPENING NOW: Providence Police is partnering with Hasboro Children’s to get guns off the street. Until 1, $50 gift cards will be given to those who hand in any working guns they do not want in their home @abc6https://t.co/JxRxxM7h5z
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